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I have had printed at my Private Press 
Fifty copies of "Fragmenta Genealogica," 
Vol. VII. This copy is No. 32 




Grove Park, Denmark Hill, 
London, S.E. 



FRAGMENTA GENEALOGICA 



FRAGMENTA 
GENEALOGICA 



VOL. VII. 



♦ 



PRINTED AT THE PRIVATE PRESS 
FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP 
1902 



OF 



CONTENTS. 



1135197 

ARMS. 

PAGE 

Knowlys (in colours) ........ 67 



AUTOGRAPHS. 



Cheale, John, 1686 . 106-108,115 
Cheale, Philip, 1686 . 106-108, 115 
Cowper, Ockenden, 1622 . 105 
Faulconer, Robert Hoffman, 1 747 1 1 1 
Faulconer, William, junior, 1814 114 
Faulconer, William, senior, 18 14 114 



Gooch, Caesar Thomas . 122-136 

Gratwick, Mary . . 108, 115 

Gratwicke, John, 1686 . . 106 

Knowlys, Robert . . 67 

Lintott, Anne, 1713 . . 108 

Lintott, Henry, 1 713 . . 108 



DEEDS. 



A Rentall of the Manor of Shrewscourt, alias Hoo, in the Isle of Thanet, Kent 1 
A Terrier ......... 103 

Mapledurham Manor Rent Roll, 1666 . . . . .116 

Title Deeds and Writings relating to Sakeham Farm in the parish of 

Shermanbury, Sussex ....... 105 



ENTRIES IN 



Barrow and Prince 


23 


Barton . 


• 25, 71 


Benson . 


14 


Bickerton 


8 


Bunbury 


24 


Burt 


IS 


Brise 


66 


Carles, Smith and Wood 


62 


Colepepyr 


23 


Cooper . 


25 


Cottle and Bold 


6 


Cottrell . 


t 21 



BIBLES, &c. 



Emmerson . . . 17 

Frere .... 20 

Gifford .... 65 

Hanscombe ... 9 

Lindley .... 14 

Mills .... 12 

Newman .... 64 

Richardson . . . 13 

Sampson .... 26 

Spall .... 5 
Young . . . .120 



GRANTS OF ARMS. 



Fauntleroy 



PAGE 

48 I Knowlys . 



PAGE 
70 



LETTERS. 



Caesar Thomas Gooch 



121-136 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 



Allix Family 
Beebee Family . 
Branford Family < 
Coke Family 

Cookhill Manor, Worcester 
Edwards, Seaman and Stanford 
Families . . 



52 
148 
72 

41 
141 

49 



Kirkley, Suffolk ... 29 
Lillingston and Spooner Families 57 
Peren Family . . . 144 

Spencer Family . . .• 147 

Waller Family . . .143 



PEDIGREES. 

Cheale of Henfield, Sussex ..... 

Fauntleroy of Barbadoes ..... 

Genealogy of Robert Fauntleroy of Southwark, Surrey 

Genealogy of the Ancient Family of Fanteleroy of Fanteleroy, Dorset 

Knolles ....... 

Knowlys ....... 



115 
47 
44 
46 
69 
67 



REGISTER EXTRACTS. 



Ansty 

Bedingfield, Suffolk 
Cookson Family 



137 
40 

137 



Mendlesham, Suffolk 
Thorndon, Suffolk 



27 
27 



Cheale, John 
Cheale, Philip 



SEALS. 

106 I Gratwicke, John 
106 I 



106 



MARRIAGE LICENCES. 

Some Special Marriage Licences, 1 766- 1 89 1 . 



33-39 



Goddard Family 
Joslin Family 



WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS. 

73-102 I Morgan, Mary, 1701 
* 117 I 



39 



JFragmenta ^mealogua. 

Vol. VII. 



8 a&entall of the Manno r of Sherewscourt afs 

Hoo in the He of Thanett in the County of Kent 
made & renued at the Co rt Baron of the said 
Mannor there holden the xxviij th day of August 
Anno Dni 1633 & in the ninth yeere of the 
raigne of our Soueraigne Lord Charles by the 
grace of God of England Scotland ffranc & 
Ireland Kinge Defender of the faith &c. 

William Codd gent: Steward. 



Thomas Jenkin for one peece of land conteyneing " 
halfe one acre of land lyeinge in the East end of a 
feild called Longestrake in Minster to a way called 
the Lynche leading betweene Dunstreet way & Way-east 
to other Lands of the sayd Thomas south & west & to 
the Kings highway there Called Dunstreete-way north 
heretofore the land of Bartholomew Sander & afterwards 
of Willyam Barbet payeth yeerlie. 

John Marsh gen for one messuage one peece of land ' 
thereunto adioyneinge at a Place Called Way in Minster 
to other landes of the said John north east & south and 
to the Kings highway there leadeinge from Minster to 
S' John west (vppon part of w ch land there did hereto- 
fore stand a barbarie tree) heretofore the land of Gilbert 
Baker & afterwards of Barth : Saunders payeth yeerely. 

Vincent Denn gen for one peece of land cont : fower ' 
acres lyeinge at a Place Called Southdane Minster to 
other lands of the sayd Vincent north & east & to a 
place called Mildred south & west heretofore the lands of 
John Blowfeild & afterward of Robert payeth yeerelie. 



vij d oB 



- xij d one hen 



iij s two hens 



1 



Vincent Denn gen for one other peece of lancH 
Called Harry & conteyneinge one acre & one yard of 
land in Minster to other lands of the sayd Vincent I 
called Streetes east south west & north heretofore 
alsoe the lands of John Blowfeild- & afterwards of 
Robert Den payeth yeerely. 



XV11J C 



John Barber in the right of Barbara his wife one of' 
the daughters of Zacheas Parker & Joane Parker one 
other daughter & Coheire of y e sayd Zacheas for one 
barne & one peece of land cont: halfe one acre lying at 
Tothill in Minster to the lands late of John Batchelor ► xvj d one hen 
east to the lands of the Lord of this Manno r south to 
the Kinstreete west, & to the tenem' late Zacheas 
Parker north heretofore Willyam Parker father of 
Zacheas payeth yeerely. 



Thomas Ladd for three acres of land lyeing in a ^ 
great feild beside a place called Ebbessfeild in Minster 
to other lands of the sayd Thomas east south & west 
& to the Kings street north heretofore the landes of 
Willyam ffleete & afterwardes of Roger Manwood 
Serieant at law & of S r Peter Manwood Knight of the 
Bath payeth yerely. 

[Blank in orig.] for one peece of land cont : by " 
estimacon halfe an acre lying beside a place called 
Peazedrove in Minster heretofore Ann Semper payeth 
yerely. 



ij s one hen 



Henry Paramore gent : for one garden & one peece 
of land cont: by estimacon two acres & halfe one 
acre lyeinge in Minster beside a Place Called Iden to 
other lands of the sayd Henry holden of the Manno r 
of Minster east to the Kingstreete south & to the lands 
now or late of Anthony Terry west heretofore the 
lands of Willyam Alcock & afterwards of Thomas 
Paramore & payeth yeerely. 



ij s : x d two hens 



Henry Paramore gent : for one other peece of land \ 
cont: three yards lying besides a place called Peaze- 
drove in Minster heretofore the lands of Willyam J- xj d 
Alcock & afterward of Thomas Paramore payeth 
yeerly. 

Libeus Chapman gent: for one peece of land cont: 
three acres lying in the parish of S l John in Thanet 
towards the south side of one peece of land called 
Scottes Crofte to certain lands called ffrarye acre to }-xij° 
the landes late of Robert Sawyer south west & north 
& \blank in orig.] heretofore Gregorie Haveioye & 
afterwards Ambrose Rose payeth yerelie. 



The heires of Thomas ffleete vitz : [blank in orig.] for one " 
peece of land conteyneinge by estimacon six acres & dimid 
vnius acre terr vocat Luckesdane, iacen in boriali pte cuiusdam 
pecie terr voc great Close in S l Johns heretofore the sayd 
Thomas ffleete payeth yeerelie. 



The heires Leonard Bonner for fiue roodes oo yards of 
land lyeing at ffynchston in S' Johns To the lands of the 
heires of Thomas ffleete East to the lands late of Willyam 
Parker south to the Kingstreete west & to the lands of the 
Lord of this Mannor north heretofore the lands of William 
Parker & afterwards of Thomas Denwood payeth yerelie. 



The Churchwardens of S' Johns for one peece of land > 
cont: fower acres & a halfe lyeinge in S l John to y e lands late 
the Abbotts of S £ Austens east to the lands of the Lord of ... 

> iiS 

this Mannor south & West & to the lands late of Willyam J 
Vyolet north which heretofore were Willyam Haveioyes & 
afterwards Willyam Violets paye yeerely. 



The same Churchwardens for one other peece of land cont : 
halfe one acre lyeinge beside a place called Prowdf in S l 
Johns to the lands of the Lord of this Manno 1 " east & south 
to the Kingstreete west & to the landes late Willyam Violets 
north heretofore the lands of Willyam Haueioye & afterwards 
of Willyam Violett payeth yeerely. 



The same Churchwardens for one other peece of land ' 
Called Dydamesacre cont : by estimacon one acre lying in 
S' Johns to the lands late of John Lyncolne east south & ..... 
west & to y e lands of [blank in orig.] north heretofore the 
lands of Willyam Violett & afterwards of John Lincolne 
payeth yeerely. 



[Blank in orig.~\ in the right of Ann his wife one Cottage & ' 
one yard of land lying beside a place called Prowds in S' 
Johns to the landes of this Mannor est to the lands of the 
Churchwardens of S' Johns late Willyam Violetts south to ► iiij 
the Kings high way west & to the lands late Henry Petitt 
north heretofore the lands of Nicholas Sawyer and afterwards 
of Willyam Elburie payeth yeerelie. 



Daniell Pamhlett for one roode of land lying beside Prowds " 
aforesayd in S' Johns to the lands of this Mannor est to the 
lands of the sayd Churchwardens late Willyam Violetts south 
& to the Kings high way west heretofore the lands of Nicholas 
Sawyer & afterwards of Willyam Elbury payeth yeerely. 



3 



The Vicar of Minstar for one Messuage in y e towne of" 
Minster lying to a Comon way leading betweene Minster 
& Boxile east to a Messuage of the late Abbott of S* 
Augustine called Greys south to y e garden of the messuage 
of the Vicar of minster west & to the messuage late 
Godewynes north payeth yerely at the feast of y e birth of 
o r Lord God. 

Suma xxiiij s xj d oB vij hens. 



xij d 



ffeefarme. 

Thomas Hadd for one peece of land cont : by ^ 
estimacon one acre & a halfe lying at Alon Court in 
Minster to the Kings highway leading betweene Birchington 
& Sandw ch east & to the lands of the Deane & Chapter 
of Christ Canterbury called Alon Co rt north heretofore 
the lands of Willyam ffleete & afterwards of Roger Man- 
wood Serieant at lawe & of S r Peter Manwood Knight of 
the Bath payeth yerely in ffee ffarme. 



' x 'j d 



Richard Idenden for one garden Called Hores garden ' 
cont: halfe one acre lying in Minster to the Kingstreet 
East to other lands of the sayd Richard south to lands 
belongeing to the Vicar of Minster west & to the tenem 1 ■ xij d 
& other landes of the sayd Richard Idenden heretofore 
the lands of David Edwards & afterwards of John Smyth 
& Richard Henneker payeth yeerly in ffee ffarme. 



Henry Crispe Esq: for one peece of land called "| 
Geoffries wood containeing one acre of land wherevppon 
nowe or lately did stand one tuft of trees in Minster V ij s 
heretofore S r Henry Crispe kn' & afterward Edward 
Crispe Esq : his son payeth yerely in ffeefarme. 



This tenant doth Thomas Jones for one peece of land cont: halfe one > 
pay yerely for sute acre in Minster (wherevppon one Cottage is built) lyeing 
of Co rt & doth to Boxley way East to a Droue way south to lands 
noe service but belongeinge to the vicarage of Minster west & to the lands 
payeth halfe the of Robert Swyneford north heretofore the landes of John 
rent for y e Reliefe. Grover payeth yeerely in ffee ffarme. 



- ij s vj° 



This tenant oweth 
noe sute nor service. 



Edward Baker for one peece of land called Hogge" 
Close containeinge fower acres lying in Monckton payeth 
yerely in ffee ffarme betweene the eight day of October &: 
the fower & twentith day of June twelue bushells of mault 
at Bocton house vppon paine of reentrie put patet p 
Cartain dat 30 die Decembris Anno Dhi 1562. 



xij bushells 
of mault 



Suma — vj s vj d — xij bushells of mault. 



Snia totat — xxx s v d — ot vij hens xij bushells of mault. 

4 



The Releife is 
half the rent. 



The Reliefe is 
ij d p acre. 
The Reliefe is 
the moietie. 



The releife is the halfe of the rent. 
The ffeefarmo r pay releife which is halfe the rent. 
The Lord of the Manno r hath alsoe wreck of the 
Sea which ought Carefully to bee looked vnto. 

Kedle Tenants. 

George Trayford for a kedle at Clivesend heretofore Thomas \ 



Awgroome & afterwards / ^ 

Edward Dawsons and for one Mullet set there xij d 
John Striverne for one other kedle sett at Clivesend late John \ -. s 
Striverne the elder J * 

John Striverne for one other kedle set at Clivesend late John"! -. s 
Striverne y e younger / * 

Henrie Parker for one other kedle sett at Clivesend late Henry \ .. s 
Parker & before Willyam ffort / * 

Rents payable yerely out of Sherewescourt to the 
Mannor of Minster. 

Inpmis Courtland rent three & thirtie acres at eight pence \ .. A 
halfe penny the acre payable yerelie at S l Marten in Minster / XX11 -' ^ 

Itm Inland rent sixteene acres three roodes at eight pence \ . s - d 
the acre & payable yerelie at Candlemas in Minster J x ^ ^ 

Itm penny Gavell land for fiftie acres at three pence p acre\ .. s . a 
rent payable yerelie at Our Lady day in Minster / V ^ 

Itm Come Gavell land rent twentie acres at sixpence halfe \ s d 
penny p acre payable yerelie at S l Michaell in S 1 Johns / 



The reliefe is 
the whole rent 
& halfe y e rent. 



To the Manno r of Monckton. 

Itm to the Deane & Chapter of Canterburie Lords of the 
said Manno r for fower & fortie acres at two pence p acre 

Sma totat — iij H iiij s xj d 



|vij s 



nij 



From the original on paper in my possession, bound in 
limp vellum and lettered "Rental of Manor of 
Sherescourt in Thane 1 1633? — F. A. C. 



Spall Family. 

Henry Spall Borne March 14 th 1825 at 4 O Clock in the Morning. 
Susanah Spall Borne Aug st 31 st 1826 4 O Clock in the Afternoon. 
William Spall Borne April 23 th 1828 12 O Clock at Noon. 
John Spall Borne November 25 th 1829 Died November 28 th 1829. 
John Browne Spall Borne Nov r 28 th 1830 at 9 O Clock at Night. Died 
Jan'-y 28 th 1831. 

Sarah Browne Spall Borne Feb^ 26 th half past One in the Morning 1832. 

From a Boo$ of Common Prayer, printed at Bungay in 
1811, in my possession. — F. A. C. 



5 



Cottle and Bold Families. 



My dear Father Amos Simon was married at Staverton Wilts to my dear 

Mother Elizabeth Rider June y e beginning 1738. 
My Self Sarah their first child was born April 16 th 1739. 
My d r Sister Mary and Bro r Thomas Twins were born in y e year 1741. 
My dear Sister Elizabeth was born in the year 1744. 
My dear Sister Nancy was born in y e year 1746. 
My Bro r Thomas died at y e age of nine weeks. 
My d r little sister Nancy died of y e measles 1749. 

I was married to my Husband Rob' Cottle at Trowbridge Wilts Sep : 9 
1761. 

My Sister Elizabeth was married to M r Bold of Brecon (at Trowbridge) 
April 30 1764. 

My Sister Mary was married to M r Jo n Penkivil at plym th dock 1766. 

D r Penkivil their Son died July 16 1861 at Yeovil Somers 1 . 

M rs Slade is his Daughter. 

My dear Sister Bold died Oct r 31 1781. 

My dear Sister Penkivil died [blank in ort'g.] 

My ever dear Mother died April 5 th 1785, aged 75. 

My dear venerable Father Amos Simon died April 16 1789, aged 90. 

My dear Husband Rob' Cottle died Nov: 25 1800, aged 70. 

My dear Children died 

My first Robert Jan: 14 1772. 

Our d r first Nancy Aug st 26 1779. 

Our dear Betsey Dec r 9 1789. 

Our dear Patty May 16 1800. 

Our dear Amos Sep: 28 1800. 

Here my name may be next placed. 

In another hand-tvriting : 
Our dear and sainted Mother died December 18 th 1813, aged 74. J. C. 
Our Beloved Sister Sarah died Aug' 5 th 1834, aged 60. J. C. 
The Eldest Daughter of our above dear Sister Sarah Saunders, \ -r p 

beloved Sarah Saunders Jun r died Feb^ 9 th 1825, aged 17. /■'' ' 
Beloved Charlotte Thomas, youngest Daughter of the above ] 

Sarah Saunders died June 17 1837, aged 22 (wife of the M.C. 

Rev d David Thomas, Minister of Zion Chapel Bristol). 
Our Beloved Sister, Mary Cottle, died March 31 st 1839, aged 67. J. C. 
Our beloved Brother Joseph Cottle died June 7 th 1853, aged 84. 
Our beloved Sister Anne Hare died June 26 1855 aged 76 R. C. 
Her Husband John Hare died Jany 11 1839. 

Robert Cottle late of Kirkstall Lodge Clapham Park where he died 
May 6 1858 Aged 82 in his 83 d year born June 2 1775 — the first 
part was written with his own precious hand, the second by his 
" devoted Widow " Eliz th Cottle. 

My dear Sisters. They were married 

My d r Sister Eliza to M r Hugh Bold April 30 1764. 

They had 3 Children Eliz th Hugh & Thomas. 

Their daugh r Eliz th was married to William Wynter Esq 1 " they have 5 
Children. 

Their son Hugh Bold married a Miss Davis of Brecon they have only 
a son named the Rev Hugh Bold. 

6 



Thomas Bold was married to a Miss Bayly of Bristol. 

They have only at present one child a daught r of y e name of Mary. 

My dear Sister Penkivil left only a son & daugh r Eliza and John the 

former married a M r Tucker of Plymouth dock have had many 

child" sons & daughters. 
Jo n Penkivil married a Miss Martha Jones of Bristol They have several 

Children. 

D r Penkivil died at Yeovil Somerset July 16 1861. 
My dear daugh 1 " Sarah was in y e year 1804 married to M r Jo n Saunders of 
Plymouth they also have at present 2 daugh rs Sarah & Mary Ann. 
Deaths. 

My dear Sister Bold Oct: 1781. 

My dear Sister Penkivil [blank in orig.] 

My dear Mother 1785. 

My dear Father 1789. 

My dear Bro r Law M r Penkivil [blank in orig.~\ 

Rob 1 Cottle and Sarah Simon his Wife were Maried at Trowbridge in 
the County of Wilts 9 Septem b 1761 at Trowbridge by the Rev* 1 
M r Chapman Curate of that place. 

Elizabeth Simon Cottle their first Child was born 9 March 1764. 

Amos Simon Cottle was Born 28 January 1766 Tuesday Morning 
7 oClock after. 

Rob 1 Cottle their 2 d Son was born 19 April 1768 Wednesday Morning 
9 oClock. 

Joseph Cottle their 3rd Son was born 9 March 1770 fryday Evening 
6 oClock. 

Mary Cottle their Second Daughter was born 15 Septem b 1771 Sunday 

Evening 6 oClock. 
Sarah Cottle their third Daughter was born 14 Augs 1 1773 5 oClock in 

the Morning. 

Elizabeth Cathcart born Sep tr 5 1794 at Walworth, Surry Married to 

Rob* Cottle Feby: 8 18 14 in Lambeth Church. 
Rob 1 Cottle fourth Son was born 1775 2 June 5 oClock in afternoon in 

the Barton, Bristol. 
Rob 1 Cottle, died at Kirkstall Lodge, Clapham Park, Surry, Thursday 

May 6 1858 at 5 oC in the afternoon. 
Anne Cottle their fourth Daughter was born 1777 June 21 Wednesday 

Morning. 

Anne Cottle their fifth Daughter was born 17 May 1780 \ before 7 in 
y e Morning. 

Martha Grace Cottle their Sixth Daughter was born 2 August 1784 

Monday Morning {- past Seven. 
Our first dear Son Rob 1 died of a decline after the Small pox January 14 

1772 Aged 3 Years and 9 Months. 
Our dear first Ann Cottle died of a putrid fever August 26 1779 Aged 

2 Years and 2 Months. 
Our Ever dear Daughter Eliza died of a decline Decemb r 9 1789 about 

Seven in the Morning in y e 26 th Year of her Age. 
Our dear daughter Martha died May 16 th 1800. 
Our dear son Amos died in London Sep r 28 1800. 
My dear Husband Robert Cottle died Nov: 25 th 1800. 
My dear Brother in Law M r Bold died Feb: 10 1809. 
Hugh Bold Jun r was born on Holy Thursday the 10 th day of Jany: 1730. 

7 



John Bold was Born the 14 th of Feb 1 "? 1734. 
Thomas Bold was Born y e [blank in orig.] of December 1736. 
Jane Bold their mother Dyed the 11 th March 1760. 
Hugh Bold Jun r & Mary his Wife were Marryed on Sunday y e 20 th of 
April 1760. 

1764 April y e 30 th Hugh Bold was again Married at Trow? to Miss 

Elizabeth Simon of that place. 
She departed this Life Oct r 31 st 178 1. 

Hugh Bold her Husband was afterwards Married to Miss Phillips of 

Abergavenny. 
She died [plank in orig!\ 

And Hugh Bold him self died feb: 10 1809 aged 78. 

From a volume containing the Book of Common Prayer 
and Bible, with Apocrypha, " Oxford, Printed 
by Thomas Baskett, Printer to the University, 
MDCCLIV;" in my possession.— -F. A. C. 



Bickerton Family. 

Mary ann Bickerton Born 17 th June 182 1. Baptiz'd at S l Botolph 
Aldgate. Died 23 rd Sep r 1847 Buried at S' Margarets Westminster. 

John Bickerton Born 29 th August 1823. Baptiz'd at S' Botolph 
Bishopsgate. 

Martha Bickerton Born 9 th July 1826. Baptiz'd at S l Botolph 
Bishopsgate. 

Robert Bickerton Born 6 th May 1828. Baptiz'd at S' Leonard's 
Shoreditch. 

William Henry Bickerton Born 26 th June 1830. Baptiz'd at S' Botolph 
Bishopsgate. 

Frederick Charles Bickerton Born 10 th April 1832. Baptiz'd at S l 
Botolph Bishopsgate. Died 30 th July 1870 Buried at Brompton 
Cemetary. 

Brewster Bickerton Born 24 October 1834. Baptiz'd at S' Leonard's 
Shoreditch. 

Edward Bickerton Born 29 th January 1837. Baptiz'd at S' Johns 
Westminster. 

Elizabeth ann Bickerton Born 21 st March 1839. Baptiz'd at S' John 
Westminster. Died 29 January 1846 Buried at Christ Church 
Westminster. 

Judith Maria Bickerton Born 13 th September 1843. Baptiz'd at S' 
Johns Westminster. Died 27 th Sep r 1867. Buried at Brompton 
Cemetary. 

Judith Bickerton Mother of the above Children Died 6 th January 1855 
aged 56 Years. Buried in her Family Grave at Brompton 
Cemetary. 

From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 



8 



Hanscombe Family. 



MEMORANDUM. The First John Hanscombe of Aspecden 
near Buntingford in Hertfordshire Great-Grandfather to me William 
Hanscombe Earnestly requested in his Life time that this Bible might 
be given to his Eldest Son and Heir and by him to his Eldest Son 
With an Injunction that it Should be Handed Down from Son to Son 
in a Right Line according to the said Request of my Great-Grandfather 
it Came to John Hanscombe of Hertford my Grandfather and from 
him to Seth Hanscombe of Hodsdon my Father and from him to me 
William Hanscombe his Eldest Son and Heir and in Default of Male 
Issue from me William Hanscombe I desire this Bible may go to the 
Eldest Son of my Brother Robert Late of Turners Hill near Cheshunt 
in Hertfordshire according to the request of the above John my Great- 
Grandfather and in Default of Surviving Male Issue of my Brother 
Robert then to Such Person as Shall be Intitled Thereto, which will be 
the Heir of the Second Son of The John Hanscombe of Aspecden my 
Great Grandfather. 

MEMORANDUM. This Bible when it Came to me was bound 
with Oak Boards half Inch thick with Large brasses at the Corners 
which I had new Bound the first of January 1757. 



John son of John and Susanah Hanscombe of Aspecden was born the 
28 th of November 1658, and was married the 9 th April 1683 to 
Frances Halley who Died the 16 th of September 1694 (in Child 
bed of Twins) by whom he had Issue. 

John Born 27 February 1683/4 And died 7 May 1687. 

Mary D° 31 March 1687 

Seth D° 28 March 1692 D° 14 March 1754. 

John D° 7 Sepf 1694 D° Oct r 1694. 

Francis D° 8 Sepf 1694 D° Oct r 1694. 

Elizabeth Wildman (Second Wife to the said John Hanscombe of 

Hartford) was born the 8 th of February 1667 and Died [blatik in 

orig.] by whome he had Issue. 
Robert Born [plank in orig.] 
John Born [blank in orig.] 

Seth (the third Child of the above John & Frances Hanscombe) was 
Married to Susanah Edridge the 22 nd of May 17 15 who Died 
[plank in orig.] by whome he had Issue. 



Susanah 


Born 16 Nov 1 " 


1716 


And Died 4 Dec r 


1716. 


Seth 


D° 30 Jan? 
D° 1 Aug' 


1718 


D° 4 May 


i73i- 


John 


1719 


D° 2 Dec 


1737- 


William 


D° 30 Nov 


1721 






Robert 


D° 2 Aug' 


1723 






Martha 


D° 9 April 


1726 






Susanah 


D° 18 March 


1727 


D° 11 th Oct r 


1728. 


Susan 


D° 13 Nov r 


1729 




Mary 


D° 29 Feby 


1733 






William 


of London (fourth 


Child 


of the said Seth 


& Susanah 



of 

Hodesden) was married # to Elizabeth Taylor 26 Jan? 1754 by 
whome he had Issue. 



Elizabeth Born 15 th April 1755. 
Martha D° 10 January 1757. 

Elizabeth Wife of the above William Hanscombe Hanscombe was Born 
at Cambridge The 10 of August 1729 Married 26 Jany 1754 and 
Died the 9 th Nov br 1758 Leaving Issue the Above Two Daughters 
Elizabeth and Martha. 



The Genealogy of the Hanscombe's Family of 
Hartfordshire Taken from the Accounts 
found in this book. 



John=f=Susanah 

l_ 

Frances=j=John=^Elizabeth 





Born 
1658 




1 1 

John Mary 
B:i684 B:i687 
D:i687 


Twins 
John Francis 
B: 1694 B: 1694 
D:i694 D:i694 


Robert 


1 

John 



Seth=j=Susanah 



Born 1692 
D: 1754 


1715 


1 

Susanah 


1 

Seth 


John 




Robert 


Martha 


1 1 
Susanah Susan 


1 

Mary 


B: 1716 


B: 1718 


B: 1719 




B: 1723 


B: 1726 


6:1727 6:1729 


B: 1733 


D:i7i6 


D:i73i 


D:i737 








D:i728 





William=j=Elizabeth 
Born 1721 1754 

Born 10 Aug' 1729 
Died 9 Nov: 1758 



Elizabeth Martha 
B: 15 Ap r 1755 B: 10 Janv 1757 



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Seth Hanscomb Son of John & Frances Hanscomb of Hartford was 

Born March y e 28 th 1692. 
Susanah Hanscomb wife to Seth Hanscomb was Born July y e 18 th 1693. 
Seth Hanscomb was married To Susanah Edridge May y e 2 2 d 1715 att 

S' Martins Church In y e Fields Westminster. 
Susanah Hanscomb Daughter to Seth & Susanah Hanscomb was Born 

Novem r y e 16 th 17 16 & Dyed y e 4 th Decem br following. 
Seth Hanscomb Son to Seth & Susanah was Born January y e 30 th 17 18 

& Dyed att London May y e 4 th 1731, Buried att Broxebourn, 

Aged 12 years. 

John Hanscomb Born August y e i st 1719 & Dyed Decem br y e 2 d 1737 

aged 18 years. 
Will 1 " Hanscomb Born November y e 30 th 1721. 
Robert Hanscomb Born August y e 2 d 1723. 
Martha Hanscomb Born April y e 9 th 1726. 

Susanah Hanscomb Born March y e 18 th 1727 & Dyed October y e 11 th 
1728. 

Susan Hanscomb Born Novem r y e 13 th 1729. 
Mary Hanscomb Born Feb'y y e 29 th 1733. 

John Hanscomb Castle Street Hartford. 



MEMORANDUMS. 

Memorandum. John Hanscom was married in Hartford to Franses 

Haly Aprell the 9 th (1683) 
his Eldest Son John Hanscomb was born the 27 th day of feby 16 [cut 

away]. 

Mary Hanscomb was born the 31 st day of March (1687). 
Seth Hanscomb was born the 28 th d&y of March (1692). 
Memorandum. That John Hanscomb son of John and Frances 

Hanscomb dyed Maye the 7 th (1687). 
John hanscombs twins wear born 

Y e Eldest was born September the 7 th about 8 a Clock in the morning 

1694 his name was John. 
The other was Frances he was born September the 8 th about 5 of the 

Clock in the morning 1694. 
And frances the wife of John Hanscomb dyed Sept: the Sixteenth 16: 

(1694) Left 4 Children but the 2 twins both dyed and wear 

buryed both in one day in about a month or Less aftter there 

mother in her Grave 1694. 
Eliz: Wildman daughter of John Wildman of Mou [cut away] was Born 

February the 8 th Ano Domi (1667) in the Parish of Bentham near 

Lancaster in York Shire. 



MEMORANDUMS. 

Memorandum. My Grandfather departed this life December y e 27 
(171 [cut away]) and was buried the Friday following it being y e 
last of the month 31 day. 

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Memorandum. My Granmother departed this life September y e 15 th 
and was buried September y e 19 (17 18) the Friday following. 

My Dear Brother Robert Hanscombe departed this life January y e 16 
1727/8 about 12 a Clock a Tuesday night & and was buried January 
y e 20 The Saturday following at All Saints in Hertford, Aged 31 
years 1727/8. 

From a copy of the second folio Bishop's Bible, 
"London: Printed by Richard Jugge, 1372;" 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Mills Family. 

Married 16 th April 1839 at Halsted, Essex, William Mills to Elizabeth 

Spurgin both of Ipswich, Suffolk. 
Born 5 th April 1840 at Ipswich in y e Parish of S' Marg 1 at 10 minutes 

past 9 P.M. Elizabeth Mary Ann Mills Daughter of the above 

William Mills & Elizabeth his Wife. 
Born at 15 Minutes after 5 P.M. 18 th April 1842 in S' Margarets Parish, 

Ipswich, William Richard Mills, Son of William Mills & Elizabeth 

his Wife. 

Born on Friday 29 th December 1843 at \ past 2 P.M. on Albion Hill, 

Woodbridge Road in the Parish of S l Margaret, Ipswich, Edward 

Spurgin Mills Son of William Mills & Elizabeth his Wife. 
Born 22 nd Febv 1846 at ab l \ p. 5 P.M. in the Parish of S l Helen in 

the Woodbridge Road, Ipswich, Emma Mills daughter of William 

Mills and Elizabeth his Wife. 
Died the above Emma Mills aged 7 months & 10 days on 2 nd Oct r 

1846 and was buried 7 th of the same month at S' Helen's, Ipswich. 
Born July 29 th 1847 at 20 minutes past 10 A.M. in the Parish of S c 

Helen, Ipswich, Catherine Mills daughter of W m Mills & Elizabeth 

his Wife. 

Died \ past 5 P.M. Nov r 12 th 1849 the above (Catherine Mills) and was 
buried in S' Margarets Ch : Y d Ipswich 19 th same month. Age 2 
years 4 months. 

1850 Feb: 17, Born Sunday \ past 10 P.M. Clara Mills daughter of 

William Mills and Elizabeth his Wife at N° 4 Charles Street, 

Bolton in the Parish of S' Margaret, Ipswich 
Died |- to 1 in the day Feb 3 1852 William Mills the dear Father of 

the above children Age 46 years leaving a Widow and 4 Orphans 

to lament their loss. 
Died at Wanstead Infant Orphan Asylum May 26, 1855 Dear Clara 

Mills after 2 years & \ affliction. Age 5 years & 3 months. 
Died at 20 m to 1 a.m. May 31 st 1867 Elizabeth Mary Ann Mills at 31 

Gippeswick Terrace S' Nicholas Aged 27 years. Her end was 

peace. 

M rs S. R. Mills died 30 th Dec b 1874. 
Nov 14 th 1884 Eliz th Mills died aged 74. 

From a Bible, printed at Oxford in 1S20, in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 



Richardson Family. 



William Richardson born 4 June 1779. 

Mary King Burbidge born 22 d January 1782. Married I st May 1802 
in the parish of S' Gregory at the back of Doctors Commons. 

My Father died Jan? 1802 lies burried in Church Yard at Knoyle, 
Wilts. 

Mary Humfrey Richardson born 24 January 1803. Baptised [plank in 
orig.~] 1803. Sponsors: M rs Humfrey, M rs Burbidge & M r Burbidge. 
Died 21 st February 1849 at Regent Place, West. Buried S l Stephens 
Walbrook Vault. 

Ann Richardson born 6 March 1804. Baptised [plank in orig.] T804. 

Sponsors: M rs Ann Burbidge of Knoyle, M rs Shuter & M r R: 

Richardson. Died 15 July 1836 at Pentonville. Buried at S' 

Stephen Walbrook 22 July. 
Clarissa Richardson born 6 August 1805. Baptised 27 th same Month. 

Sponsors : her Mother, M rs Burbidge & M r Ben Fox. 
William Burbidge Richardson Born 6 th January 1807. Baptised 6 th 

february 1807. Sponsors: Will m Burbidge his uncle, M r Rich d 

Shuter & M rs Burbidge his Aunt. 
Jane Richardson Born 23 d May 1808. Baptised 1 August 1808. 

Sponsors : M rs Jane Shuter, her Father & Mother. 
Richard Richardson Born (at Stockwell) 26 December 1809. Baptised 

(at Pentonville S' James Clerkenwell) on 2 d March 181 2. Sponsors: 

his uncle Richard Richardson, Father & Mother. 
Benjamin Fox Richardson Born at Pentonville 10 August 181 1. 

Baptised (same day as Richard) 2 d Mar: 1812. Sponsors: M r 

Benjamin Fox, his Father & Mother. , 
Harriett Richardson Born at Pentonville 20 December 181 2. Baptised 

in 18 13. Sponsors: M rs Harriett Inkson, her Father & Mother. 

died at Sydenham July 23 d 1850. Buried in Highgate Cemetery. 
James Richardson Born at Pentonville 18 December 1814. 
Sarah Richardson Born at Pentonville 17 May 1816. 
Catherine Richardson Born at Pentonville 26 July 181 7. Died February 

24, 1818 buried at Pentonville. 

These 3 baptised at the same time August 18 17. 
George Richardson Born at Pentonville 12 January 18 19. 
Charlotte Richardson Born at Pentonville 10 december 1820. Died 3 d 

March 1822 buried at Pentonville. 
Caroline Leah Richardson born 21 October 1826. Sponsors: M rs 

Steedman, her Sister Ann & M r Steedman. 



From a Book of Common Prayer, " Oxford, Printed at the 
Clarendon Press, By W. Jackson and A. Hamilton, 
Printers to the University, MDCCLXXXVIU ';" 
in the possession of Mrs. Welch (Caroline Leah 
Richardson}. On a fly-leaf is written : "Miss Mary 
King Burbidge, Given her by her God Mother Miss 
King 8 July 1790." — F. A. C. 



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Benson Family. 



Ann Benson y e Daugher of Edward Benson was Born y e 21 January 

1684. Matha Benson was y e Daughter of Edward Benson was 

Born y e 2 of June 1689. 
Edward Benson y e son of Edward Benson was Born y e 21 of December 

1721/2 was Baptised y e 14 of January 172 1/2. 
July y e 20, 1723 Edward Benson Juner who Decsed This Liufe. 
December y e 17, 1724/5 Edward Benson Juner was Born was Baptised 

January y e 3. 

Hannah Benson Decsesed february y e 15 1719/20 She was Buered y e 
19 Enstent in Bromley Church yard ouer a Ganest y e Church Dore. 

December y e 21, 172 1/2 Edward Benson Juner y e Son of Edward 
Benson Sener was Bourn January y e 14 was Baptised [blank in orig?\ 

Edward Benson y e sone of Willim Benson was born y e one And 
twentith Day of ffebruary in y e yeare of our Lord 1656 as apeares 
by y e Register of Great Bedwin in y e Countey of Wilkshear. 

31 : of July 1668 Hannah Benson Baptised August y e 17 She Decsesed 
y e 15 february y e 1719/20. 

From a Bible, "Imprinted at London by the Deputies 
of Christopher Barker Printer to the Queenes 
jnost excellent maiestie, anno domini 1597;" 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Lindley Family. 

Margaret Lindley Born Feb? 3 1739 between 5 & 6 Clock Sunday 
Morning. Died Sunday Morning March 17 th 1800. 

John Lindley Born April 7 1742 between 9 & 10 Wednesday Morning. 
Died Wednesday March 6 1790. 

Sarah Lindley Born November 30 1744 on Friday 5 OClock. Died 
Aged 1 Year. 

Mary Lindley Born May 2 1747 4 OClock Saturday Morning. Died 

Monday Noon Oct r 10 1831. 
Martha Lindley Born July 19 1749 9 OClock Wednesday Night. Died 

Saturday Night April 28 1798. 
Hannah Lindley Born March 10 1752. Died Saturday Night April 6 

1822. 

G & M Watson were Married Sunday Sep' 25 1774. 
Alfred Smith Ratcliff London Born 12 Mo 2 1817 near 3 o'clock in 
[cut of\ 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, "Oxford : Printed by 
Thomas Baskett, Printer to the University, 
MDCCLIII ;" on the title-page to the New 
Testament is written: " Alfred Smith Ratcliff 
London His Bible, Bought in York 6 th Month 
12 th i8j$ ;" in my possession. — F. A.C. 



Burt Family. 

Decimo octavo maii 1630 duxi uxorem meam Mariam filiam Mathei 
Alliston de Hedingham apud castrum in com: Essex gen: matri- 
monium solemnizatum fuit in ecclesia paracholi sancti Martini 
Ludgate London. 3 Decemb: 1634 obiit. A. B. 

28 Januarii 1635 juxta etc: duxi in uxorem Elizabetham Gibbes etatis 

19 aut id circum filiam cujusdam Anthonii Gibbes Civis et Coqui 
Londoniensis matrimonium celebratum fuit in ecclesia paracholi 
de Lambeth in com : Surreye. A. B. 

31 Maii 1 63 7 natus fuit filius meus Andreas inter horas 4 et 5 in 
aurora baptizatus fuit xi° Junii 1637 in edibus meis in Knightrider 
Streete racione aegritudinis ejus compatres fuere M r Petrus Warde 
unus procuratorum de archubus et M r Robertus Barret et uxor 
dicti M r Barrett xii° Junii obiit et sepultus est in ecclesia paracholi 
sancti Benedicti prope Paules Wharfe. And. Burt. 

Octavo Septembris 1638 natus fuit filius meus Andreas ejusdem nominis 
secundus inter horas 3 et 4 post meridiem baptizatus fuit in ecclesia 
de Wickin in Com: Northton: 13 die mensis Septembris prefati. 
Compatres Anthonius Gibbes gen : frater uxoris mee Willelmus 
Grainge de Littlehorwood in Com: Bucks gen: et Jana Grainge 
soror dicti Willelmi. A. B. 

1 2 Decembris 1638 Frater meus Tho : Burt obiit et sepultus fuit [blank in 
orig.] ecclesie paracholis sancti Martini inCampis 14 ejusdem mensis. 

Die sabbathi i° die Martii anno domini juxta etc: 1639 inter horas 
4 et 5 in aurora nata fuit filia mea Elizabetha, baptizata fuit decimo 
die mensis prefati in ecclesia paracholi sancti Benedicti Paules 
Wharfe Compatres fuere M r Johannes Meeke Clericus, Elizabetha 
Feildinge vidua et Anna Whittaker soror mea. A. B. 

1 8° Aprilis 1640 obiit Joanna Burt una filia fratris Thom Burt et 
sepulta est in Cemeterio sancti Martini in Campis. 

In the month of July 1641 my 3 children viz: John Burt, Andrew and 
Elizabeth Burt had the small poxe from which disease god preserved 
them. Laus deo. 

14 die Aprilis 1642 natus fuit filius meus Thomas inter horas 3 et 4 in 
aurora baptizatus fuit in ecclesia paracholi sancti Benetti Paules 
Wharfe 21 die ejusdem mensis, Compatres fuere Petrus Warde 
unus procuratorum de Archubus et Petrus Elliston per substitutum 
Rich: Whittaker et Debora Drinkewater vidua. 

1 7 Junii 1644 nata fuit filia mea Maria inter horas 7 et 8 ante meridiem 

2 Julii baptizata fuit in edibus meis apud Lambeth Compatres 
fuere M r Clapham Elizabetha Coade et Rebecca Cox obiit 20 
Octobris et sepulta est in cemeterio de Lambeth. 

20 Sept: 1644 obiit filius meus Andreas apud Lambeth in com: Surrey 
et sepultus est in cemeterio ecclesie paracholis .... 

Oct: 1644 obiit filia mea Maria apud Lambeth in Com: Surreye et 
sepulta fuit in cemeterio ecclesie prefate. 

Die Veneris 31 Octobris 1645 nora octava in aurora nata fuit filia mea 
Anna apud Lambeth in Com: Surry baptizata fuit vi to Novembris 
sequentis in ecclesia de Lambeth prefato absque compatribus etc. 

Die lune i° Feb: anno domini juxta etc: 1646 obiit filia mea dilecta 
Elizabetha Burt etatis f fere annorum sepulta fuit 3 Feb : in 
ecclesia de Lambeth in com: Surrie. 



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Die Martis 23 Novembris 1647 hora nona in vespere nata fuit filia mea 
Elizabetha ejusdem Nominis secunda batizata fuit [plank in orig.] 
die mensis [blanh in orig.] in ecclesia de Lambeth prefato absque 
compatribus. 

Die mercurii 4 Julii 1649 nata fuit filia mea Maria Burt ejusdem 
nominis etiam secunda inter horas 5 et 6 in Aurora baptizata fuit 
21 Julii prefati in edibus meis absque compatribus. A. B. 

In the month of September 1649 my daughters Ann and Elizabeth had 
the small pox and in November following my daughter Mary had 
the small pox whom god preserved. A. B. 

Die mercurii 25 Sept: 1650 nata fuit filia mea Elinora Burt circum 
horam 8 m in aurora baptizata fuit vii° octobris sequentis in edibus 
meis sine compatribus aut evitandis expensis. 

Die Jovis 18 viz: die Decembris 1651 nata fuit filia mea Sarah Burt 
inter horas x et xi in aurora baptizata fuit die domini sequente 21° 
die Decembris prefati in edibus meis sine compatribus aut evitandis 
expensis. A. B. 

In the months of July & August 1652 my son Thomas & my daughter 

Ellinor had the small pox whom god preserved. A. B. 
Soe that all my children have had the small pox May 1655 my daughter 

Sara had the small pox whom god preserved. A. B. 
Die Saturnii i°viz: die mensis Decembris 1655 natus fuit filius meus 

Anthonius circum horam 5 post meridiem baptizatus fuit i7°die 

ejusdem mensis. 

Anthony my son was carried to nurse in Croydon Fridye 21 st of 
Dec: 1655 my wife gave the nurse 5 s for sope & candles 2 s 6 d 
for her horses and 6 d to . . . . the .... and other things. 

Die mercurii i° Feb: 1655 obiit filius meus Anthonius apud Croydon et 
ibi sepultus est 4'° Feb: prefati. 

Mundye 13th of Apr: 1657 about xi of the clock at Noone my daughter 
Suzan was borne She was christened Satturdaye 2 nd May 1657 and 
that dye went to Nurse god blesse her. 

Frydye 17 th July 1657 my daughter Elinor dyed She was buried 18 th 
of the same in the parish Church at Lambeth. • 

Frydye the 28 th Oct: 1659 god sent me another daughter which was 
christened in my house on Frydye the xi th of November 1659 by 
the name of Elinna in respect I lost a daughter before of the same 
name god blesse her. And. Burt. 

24 th May 1666 being Ascention day my daughter Anne was maryed to 
M r [blank in orig.] Bradshaw in the parish church of S l Mary 
Mounthaw London by M r Lawrence the minister there god blesse 
them. 

Thursday 14 June 1666 my son Thos: was maryed to Margaret Gore of 
Lambeth in the new Chappell at Westminster I was not there 
god blesse them. 

From a Bible in Latin, printed at Amsterdam, cfr Ix xxviii, 
in my possession. A licence was granted by the 
Vicar-General of the Archbishop of Canterbury, 24. 
May 1666, to William Bradshaw of St. Duns tan' s- 
in-the-West, confectioner, and M rs Anne Burt of t lie 
same, spinster, about ip, daughter of Andrew Burt 
of Lambeth, Surrey, Gent., to marry at St. Mary, 
Mounthaw. — F. A. C. 

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Emmerson Family. 



George Emmerson His Book Son of William & Ann Emmerson of 
St. Georges in the East London Sailmaker. 

Ge° Emmerson Born febury 22 nd 1786 Christned March 12 th 
20 Days old paris Church St. Georges East london Middx. 

Elizabeth Emmerson Doughter of Mary and Mathew Jamson of 
Richmond in yorkshire North Riden. 

Eliz th Emmerson Born febury 9 th 1793 Christined at the parish Church 
Richmond york shire. 

George Emmerson Son of George and Elizebeth Emmerson Born 7 th of 
June 18 1 7 at 25 minuts past 11 oClock on a Satirday night and 
Christined in the parish Church of Isleworth Mdd x and Regestered 
on Sunday the 29 th Day of June 181 7 22 Days old when Babtised. 

Elizebeth Emmerson Doughter of George and Elizebeth Emmerson 
Born Feby 2 2 ant 1819, 10 minuts Before n in morning on a 
monday and Christened in the parish Church of Isleworth Midd x 
and Regestirid on Sunday the 21 th March 181 9 27 Day old when 
Babtised. 

Both George & Elizebeth had the small pock was Enoculatied In their 
Infancy afterwards Both had the Measles & after a pock which 
was supposed to be the Chicking pock. 

Mary arm Emmerson Doughter of Geo e Emmerson & Eliz th as above 
Born on Saturday Janury 27 th 182 1 at a \ of an houre past twelve 
in the Day and Christened in the parish Church of Isleworth 
Middelsex and Regestered in the saime Church on a Sunday febury 
25 th 1821 30 Days old when babtised June 2 ant 1821 was an 
occulate for small pock of the Early Sort and saifly Recovered. 

In The year of our Lord 1822 on Tusday the 18 th Day of June George 
Emmerson son of George and Elizebeth Emmerson a bout 5 in the 
Afternoon, Slipt in the Cannell from the Nursery bank of M r 
Rennals Nersery & opposite to ware the horses worter in a bout 
6 feete of water and was all but Drownded haveing Gorn Down the 
third time and laid at the bottom for Dead, till a boateman Came, 
and saw some bubbels and he Jumped in and happened to Git 
hold of him & Brought him up allbut lifeless, this beeing the 
second time of beeing puld out nearly Drownded aged then 5 years 
& Eleven Day old In the Cannell belonging to the Grand Junction 
Compainey at Brintford End Isleworth parish in the County of 
Middelsex. 

William John Emmerson Son of Geo e & Elizebth Emmerson as a bove 
born on Monday Evening 10 Feby 1823 at bout 5 Clock and 
Christined at the parish Church of Isleworth on Sunday March 9, 
1823 being twenty seven Days old. 

1823 March 9 th Sunday Elizebeth & Mary ann and the infant William 
John Emmerson all three had the hoopein or Chin Coff at that 
time. 

1823 august 16 th Geo e Emmerson Embarked on bord the Bromton 
a Stockton trader with their uncols Rob' & Thomas Jamson annt 
happer To Goo to Richmond york shire ware George was to be 
Educated 3 years. 

1829 Saturday July 22 George arrived in London in the Raby Castel 
brig from Stockton. 



1823 Sep 1 18 th William John Emmerson son of George & Elizebeth 
Emmerson was anocalated for the small pock & had them veary 
full all over & they scaled of in three & half weeks after and at the 
saim time haveing the hoopein Coff. 

William John Emmerson Died on Wedensday December the 31th 1823 
forenoon After a lingering illness since he had the smallpock But 
allways had A volent Coughf fit to Choake him at times Ever sine 

1 he had been Borne He was Burried in the parish Church yard of 
Isleworth Midd x on the Seventh Day of Janury 1824 aged 11 
month wanting 10 Days. 

1824 Mathew William Emmerson Son of George & Elizebeth Emmerson 
Born at half past 9 oClock in the morning on wedensday the 27 th 
Day Oct r in the yeere of our lord 1824 And was babtised in the 
parish Church at Isleworth Midd x on Sunday the 2 1 Day of Nov r 
following and was anoculated for the small pock in april 1826 
had fine sort 7 Days sort. 

1828 oct r M: W m had the hooping Cough. 

Elizebth Emmerson wife of Geo e Emmerson & Daughter of Mathew & 
mary Jamson of Richmond as a bove in the County of Yorkshire 
married at fullam mid x & taken ill a baut 28 th September 1826 with 
a sever Cold and oct 1 2 ant took to her bed and the tipess fever 
followed with the bowel Complaint which Redused her to meerly 
boone the skin of her back being throu & it mortified She Died at 
half past 5 oClock on wedensday morning November the 8 th in the 
year of our lord 1826 and buerrid at the parish Church yard 
isleworth Midd x on [plank in orig.] in the saim Grave with the 
infant William John. 

1827 April 21 th Elizebeth Ross & George Emmerson was married at The 
parish Church of S £ Georges in the East london 2 1 april in the yeare of 
our lord 1827 the Daughter of Elizebeth & Hector Ross of London. 

1828 May 30 th Emma Harriott Emmerson Born on Friday morning at 
7 o Clock Daughter of George & Elizebeth Emmerson Babtised 
Isleworth Church midd x June bout the 27 th 1828 and Whole 
Christined in June 1829 M rs oweing one Godmother and her 
mother the other. 

1828 oct r Emma had the hopeing Cough and oct: 1829 Emma was 
anocklate for the small pock and had the Glass pock saime time. 

1829 November 12th on a thursday Eveing or afternoon betwen 4 and 
5 o Clock George Emmerson fell over bord out of our own boate 
As he was a musing him Selfe in the boate no body being neare 
At the time he fell over and was Drowned and was not found for 
Hafe an hour After but to late life was Gorn he was Rubed for a 
Bout 2 hours in warm blankets he was Buerried on his mother & 
his Brother w: John laid on him in the Grave at The Church yard 
at Isleworth midd x thursday 19 November 1829 Supposed to 
have fell in the worter betwen the Corner the warehouse and small 
Crain from the bank at M r Fowlers wharfe and was sort for By My 
self & James and William Colson and James Rutter and was found 
by Rutter & puld out By w m Collson bargeman to M r fowler 

1829 December Emma Harriot Emmerson had a severe illness An 
inflamation on the Chest had 7 leches on Chest and 4 Day after 
being the 20 December had a blister on the Chest and soon after 
began to mend 31 the Doctor Cesed medicen. 

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1830 June 30 th Wednesday At Eaight OClock in the Evening was Born 
Alexander George Emmerson Son of George & Elizbeth Emmerson 
Christaned at the parish Church Isleworth Middelsex on Sunday 
August 8 th 1830 being 39 Days old Godfathers George Emmerson 
and John Barber Godmother Eliz th Emmerson G: Emmerson 
M r Barber of Cheshunt his uncol in law 1831 was vasinated 
for Cow pock in 1834 Dec r A: G: Emmerson had the measles 
in london. 

1832 January 7 th Saturday morning between the hours of one and two 
Born Robart Charles owein Emmerson Son of George and Elizabeth 
Emmerson was Christianed at the parish Church of Isleworth 
Midd x on Sunday the 12 th Day of febuary 1832 being 36 Days old 
God fathers the first George Emmerson Second M r hud as proxey 
for owen owens of london God mother M IS Rebecker Gray of 
london new monticu Streete Spital fields. 

1833 Febuary 19 th Emma Harriot Emmerson being on a viset at M rs 
Ross s 44 Gloucester Streete Commercial Road london for the 
bennefit of a warmer are D° Feb? 19 th She took ill with inflama- 
tion at the Chest or Lungs & suffered much from pain in her head 
&c: and Died on Tuesday Febuary 26 th at a Quarter before 6 in the 
Eveing of the 26 th and was Buerried in the parish Church yard at 
Isleworth in the Grave ware her two Brothers lay on wedensday 
march 6 th 1833 in her 4 yeare and nine months old. 

1833 Thursday November 28 th in the morning at 20 minitus before 
Six o Clock was Boarn Hector Ross Emmerson and was 
Christened on friday 27 of December at Isleworth parish Church 
midd x being then 29 Days old Son of the above G: & Eliz h 
Emmerson. 

1835 Monday December the 7 th at half past nine oclock in the Evings 
was Born Harriet Emma Emmerson Daughter of George & Eliza- 
beth Emmerson was Christained in the parish Church at Isleworth 
Midd x on wedensday the 30 th Day of Dec being 23 Days old and 
died [blank in orig.~\ Burried at Isleworth Midd x . 

1839 March 23 d George Emmerson born on Saturday at 8/oclock & was 
baptised at home by H: Glossup vicker of Iseworth Midd x bout 14 
days old myself as Godfather. 

1840 Dec r 11 th Sarah Emmerson christiand at home and died Janury 4 th 
1 841 buried at Isleworth Midd x . 

This Book is the Gift of me, to My daughter Elizabeth Emmerson this 
day the 14 day of Febury in the year 1841. 

George Emmerson. 



On fly-leaves and back of title of a folio Bible, 
printed and published by C. Brightly 
6° T. Kinnersley, Bungay, Suffolk, January 
26 th 1813; in my possession. — F. A. C. 

» 

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Frere Family. 



Our family Register so far as it is herein written in my dear Mother's 
. hand was taken out of this our family Bible by me on its being 
sent to be rebound April 13 th 1847, & afterwards replaced so far as 
was practicable, part having been written on the cover of the former 
binding & part having been torn by the same accident which 
originally injured the Cover when our house near Bath was burnt 
down March 16 th . M. A. F. 

Mary Anne Frere born May 3 d 1802. Christened at Lanst: frede in 
the County of Monmouth. Sponsors : John & Jane Frere & Francis 
Allen. 

Jane Ellenor Arabella Frere born Jan 1 ? 27 th 1804. Christened at 
Lanelly in the County of Brecon. Sponsors : Ellenor Fenn, Arabella 
& Peter Hoare. 

Edward Frere born August 30 th 1805. Christened at Lanelly in the 
County of Brecon. Sponsors : John, John Hookham & Susan 
Frere & Charlotte Greene. Died at Bath July 23 d 1841. 

George Edward Frere born Jan r y 29 th 1807 christened at Lanelly in 
the County of Brecon. Sponsors : Angelina Greene, George 
Frere. 

Isabella Susannah Frere born Aug st 18 th 1808. Christened at Lanelly 

in the County of Brecon. Sponsors : Elizabeth Raper Frere, 

Charlotte Greene, William Frere. 
William Edward Frere born June 6 th 181 1. Christened at Lanelly in 

the County of Brecon. Sponsor: Julia Frances Ouseley. 
John James Bartholomew Edward Frere born Sep r 28 th 18 12 christened 

at Lanelly in the County of Brecon. Sponsors : John Hookham 

Frere, Catharine Ganney. 
Henry Bartle Edward Frere born March 29 th 181 5 christened at Lanelly 

in the County of Brecon. Sponsors: Eliza Raper Frere, Susan 

Frere. 

Richard Edward Frere born Feb 1 ? 28 th 181 7 christened at Lanelly in 
the County of Brecon. Sponsors: Matthew Hoare, Charlotte Alice 
Wilkins, Angelina Frances Hoare. Died on the 18 th November 
1842 at Rawul Pindee in the Punjab on the March with Sir Rob 1 
Sale's Brigade to Ferozepoor. 

Frances Anne Frere born Feb r y 4 th 1819. Christened at Lanelly in the 
County of Brecon. Sponsors : Temple & Jane Frere, Susannah 
Frere. 

Emma Frere born 2 nd April 182 1 christened at Lanelly in the County 

of Brecon. Sponsor: Frances M. A. Hoare. 
James Peter Edward Frere born 25 th Dec r 1822 christened at 

Widcombe in the County of Somerset. Sponsors: Edward Will" 1 

Seymour, Peter Richard Hoare Jun r , Arabella Hoare Jun r . 
On the 11 th of Feb r y 1824 It pleased the Almighty to take the precious 

Babe to himself. He died at Bath & was buried in Bathwick 

burying Ground. 

Arthur Edward Frere born at Morden Lodge in the County of Surrey 
June 22 d 1825 & christened at the Parish Church of Morden. 
Sponsors: George Frere, George Matthew Hoare, Angelina Frances 
Hoare. 



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George Edward Frere married Dec 3 rd 1840 Isabella Tudor 2 d daughter 
of Will" 1 Tudor Esq re of Kelston Knoll in the County of Somerset. 
John Tudor born at Bath Jan r y 12 th 1843. 
William Edward Frere married at Bombay March 2 2 d 1838 Eliza Jane 
Osborne eldest Daughter of Major Gen 1 Osborne of Pengelly 
House in the County of Herts. 

Constance Eliza born Jan^ 21 st 1839 at Bombay. 
William Edward born at Poona Nov r 12 th 1840. 
Alice Mary born in London Feb^" 28 th 1842. Bap d at Bitton 
in the County of Gloucester. 
Frances Anne Frere married at Bitton in the County of Gloucester 
Jan r y 29 th 1840 William Hart 4 th Son of the late Gen 1 Hart of 
Kildeny in the County of [blank in orig.] Ireland. 
Frances Mary born at Poona Feb^ 6 th 1842. 
Emma Frere married at Bitton in the County of Gloucester Dec : 1 5 
1849 Arthur Legrew youngest son of the Rev d James Legrew, 
Rector of Caterham & Chaldon in the County of Surrey, who died 
at Nice, in Sardinia March 5, 1857, and was buried in the British 
Burial Ground. 

Frances Mary born at Chaldon Nov: 14, 1851. Baptized at 

Chaldon Dec: 21, 185 1. 
James Edward born at Chaldon Dec: 12, 1853, baptized at 

Chaldon Jan: 1854. 
Beatrice Catharine Emma born at Chaldon Sep' 5, 1856. 

Baptized Oct: 18, 1856 and died at Nice May 4, 1857, 

buried in the British Burial Ground. 

E. L., Bitton 1859. 



From a volume containing a Book of Common Prayer 
and Bible with Apocrypha, printed at Oxford in 
1786, in my possession. The volume contains the 
autograph of Edward Frere. — F. A. C. 



Cottrell Family. 

S r Charles Cotterell y e Translator of this History married Miss West 
daughter of \blank in orig.~] West Esq r a younger Branch of the 
family of y e West's Baron's Delaware (who was son & heir of S r 
Clement Cotterell of Wylsford, Knight & a lineal descendant of 
"Cotterell" the Norman who lived in 1235, Groomporter & Master 
of y e Requests to King Ja s 1. & Steward of y e Household to y e 
Queen of Bohemia) & was Master of y e Ceremonies from 1641 to 
1686, when he was succeeded by his son S r Charles Lodowicke 
Cotterell, who was also in 1697 a joint Commissioner of the Privy 
Seal, he married i st Miss Burrell by whom he had S r Clement who 



continued the Line ; 2 dl v Miss Chute only daughter of Chaloner 
Chute Esq r of the Vine in com: Hants, by the Hon: Catherine 
Lennard only daughter of y e R' Hon : Rich d Lennard, Baron Dacre, 
& y e Hon: Dorothy North, daughter of Dudley, Baron North & 
Frances his wife daughter & coheir of S r John Brocket of Brocket 
Hall in Com : Hertford K' by whom he had three sons, and died 
Anno Domini 171 1. 

John, Stephen & William, the latter was Bishop of Leighlin & Ferns in 
Ireland, & died 1744 unmarried; Stephen was Doctor of Laws, 
married & dying 1738 left by his wife Miss Campion one son 
Stephen ; John was Colonel of a Regiment of Marines, which he 
commanded in the Expedition to Carthagena A.D. 1741, he died 
1746, & was buried at Bath, leaving issue by his Wife Martha Orr 
of y e Kingdom of Ireland (who died A: D: 1778) two daughters 
Eliz th & Antonina who both died unmarried, & two sons ; John, 
2 d son, who died unmarried 1766, & Charles heretofore Lieut: in 
y e i st Reg' of foot guards, now Rector of Hadley & Waltham, who 
had issue by Fanny Smith (sister of the first Sir Culling Smith B' of 
Bedwell Park c° Herts) his wife fourteen Children, viz: 

Charles, born 1 766 Secretary at Martinico & Judge of the V. Admiralty 
Court. 

John, 1769 died unm d at Bombay 1796 & buried there. 

Clement, 1773 Rector of Waltham in Com: Hants, m d 1806 Miss 

G a Adams daur: of J. Adams Esq: late M.P. 

co: Cardigan, died 18 14. 
Frederic, 1780 Capt n R 1 Navy died unmarried in 181 1. 

Frances 1770 m d the Rev: B: Evans M.A. 1797 & has issue 

died 1842. 

Isabella, 1772 died unmarried & was buried at Bath in May 1844. 

Harriet, 1778 

Anna Frederica 1782 died unm: in 1818. 

Sophia 1783 m: 1806 The Rev: G e Lefroy of Ashe Co: South". 

Louisa Jemima 1785 died 1799 at Bath & buried there. 
Emma 1787 died 1795 at Hadley & buried there, 

besides 

S an ° e i d i ed 1768 ) ^ Hadley & buried there. 
Mary died 1777 J ' 

William died 1788 at North Waltham Hants & buried there. 



From a copy in my possession of " The Hist or ie of the 
Civill Warres of France, written in Italian by 
H. C. Davi/a, Translated out of tlie Original. 
London : Printed by R. Raworth, and are to be 
sold by W. Lee, D. Pakemati, and G. Bedell, in 
Fleet Street, MDCXL VII." On the inside cover is 
the book-plate of Charles Cottrell, Esq. : Argent, a 
bend between three escallops sable. Crest: A talbot's 
head couped sable, collared or, tfiereofi three escallops 
of flie first. Motto: Nec ternere, nec timide. — F. A. C. 



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Colepepyr Family. 



Mary Colepepyr the daughter of Thorns Colepep of" 
Aylifford and Mary his wief was borne the iiij th of marche 
abowte two of the clocke in the morninge beinge munday 
1587 at Pye corner in Smythfeild. 

ffranncys Colepep second dawghter of the abovesayd ' 
Thorns & Mary was borne at the place abovesayd the xv th of 
Maij 1590 abowte on of the clock in the morninge beinge 
Saturdaye. 

William Colepepyr the eldeste sonne of the sayd Thorns \ 
& Mary was borne at the place abouesayd the iiij th of I iiij Jullij 
Julij beinge Sunday abowte two of the clock in the J 1 591 
morninge 1591. J 

Thomas Colepep an other sonne of the sayd Thorns & "I 



iiij Martij 
'1587 



1 5 Maij 
iS9o 



Mary was borne at Aylifford the xvij th of Aprill beinge V 1 ^ 
Tuisday abowte ij of the clock in the morninge 1593. J r 593 

Martha Colepepyr the third dawghter of the sayd Thorns " 
& Mary was borne in Holburne in London on Sunday the 
[blank in orig.~\ of Aprill 1595 abowte viij of the clock in 
the morninge. 

Rycherd Colepepyr the 3 sonne of S r Thomas Colepepyr 
& Mary his wyfe was borne at Lond in Holborne was 
baptised the 2 of June 1597. 



Aprill 



From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Barrow and Prince Families. 

Thomas Pownall Pellew Barrow, Batchelor, & Agnes Osmond Hough (?) 

married 19 th November 1833 by Special Licence by the Rev d 

George Hough Sen 1 " Col 1 Chaplain. 
i st Georgina Janet born on Wednesday Nov r 16 th 1836 Christened 

11 th Jan 1 ^ 1837. 

2 Agnes born on Sunday 17 th June 1838 Christened on the 8 th 

July 1838. 

3 Julia Marguerite born on Friday 6 th March 1840 Christened 

April 19 th Good Friday. 

4 Ellen Blanche born Sunday 28 th Aug: 1842, 6 PM Christened 

26 th Sep br 1842. 
Dear M rs Barrow died 5 July 1849. C. B. 

John Sampson Prince & Georgina Janet Barrow married 25 th March 
1856 by Special Licence S' George's Church, Cape Town by 
Rev. R. A. Currey. 

i st Maria Becher born 14 th January 1857 Cape Town. 

2 3 



2 nd Frederick Arthur born Denmark Hill Camberwell London 9 th 
February 1859. 

3 Alfred Ernest John born 24 th July i860 (Rondeboch). 

4 Agnes Laura born 16 th Jan: died 3 rd May 1861. 

5 Julia Georgina born 25 th April 1863 Rondebosch, Cape of Good 

Hope. 

6 Edith Mary born at Rondebosch C: G: Hope on the 29 th August 

1869. 

7 Richard Barrow born at Rondebosch on the 22 nd Feb r y 187 1 died 

31 st May 1889 at Hanover. 
Julia Marguerite died 9 th Jan: 1863 (at Rondebosch). 
Agnes Barrow married on the 25 th August 1864 Cap' Richard Sanderson 

Simonds (Indian Army). 
Julia Marguerite Barrow died 9 th Jan^ /62. 

Agnes Barrow marr: 1864 Capt: Richard Saunderson Simonds, Bengal 

Staff Corps. 
Cecil Barrow Simonds Born April 1867. 

Ellen Blanche Barrow married Edward Becher Prince June 20 th 1868 

& died March 13 th 1886. 
Julia Georgina Prince married Sir Robert Affleck, Bar 4 March 9 th 1886. 
i st Ellen Mary died 1869. 
Norris Edward born July 21 st 1870. 
Charles Edmond born July 9 th 1874. 

Maria Becher Prince married Capt: W. A. G. Saunders, R.H.A. Aug: 

3 rd 1887. 
Children of above. 
William Arthur Cecil born May 26 th 1888. 

From a loose fly-leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Bunbury Family. 

Frances Bunbury departted out of this life febr the 20 1675 at the 
euenning about 6 a clock at night ; hee was betwene a leuen and 
twelfe yeares of age. 

M r Bunbury departted this life the 23 of octob r 1676 about Six a clock 
at night it was the sam daye hee was Borne as wee see by my 
father Bunburys one writting of the age of all his children ; his 
Brothers and Sisters. 

This Book Cam to my part when the Books ware deuided the 4 of 
octobr 1680: Mary Bunbury W d . 

From a copy in my possession of'T/ie Holy State" by 
Thomas Fuller, B.D. and Prebendarie of Sarum. 
Third Edition. "London : Printed by R. D. for 
John Williams, and are to be sold at signe of t/ie 
Crown in & Pauls Churchyard, 1652." — F. A. C. 



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Barton Family. 

London 1788. 

Edward Barton Son of Edward and Eliz th Barton of the City of Exeter 
Born September 14 : 1760 was Married to Sarah Gray of 
Newington October 4 th by whom he has Issue Edward Ellis 
Barton Born January 13 th 1790. Likewise William Barton Born 
Deer 17 th 1790 and George Gray Barton Born June 10 th 1792. 

Eliz th Barton Daughter of Edward Barton Born Sep' y e 30, 1793. 
Sarah Barton Born D d 

William Barton Born Sophia Barton D d 

John Barton Born D d and Agness Barton. 

Moses Hare dyed 27 of November 1800 half after four in the 
Morning. 

From a copy in my possession of "The Whole Duty of 
Man" by the Rev. Matthew Henry Cooke, LL.D. 
"London: Printed for the Author, and Sold by 
C. Cooke, N° 17, Fater-noster-Row, and all other 
Booksellers and News- Carriers." On the front 
inside cover is written: "Joseph Hare left Exeter 
July 4 iypp in the 20 Year of his Age" — F. A. C. 



Cooper Family. 

1 73 1 Mary Cooper was Born Aprill the 4. 

1732 Rebeck er Cooper was Born March the 8. 
1734 Susan Cooper was Born December the 12. 
1736 Elisebeth Cooper was Born Febuary the 3. 
1738 Sarah Cooper was Born Febuary the 9. 

181 2 Sister Susan Huddart died May the 9, 181 2. 
1743 Samuel Cooper was Baptisd Aprill the 11 th . 
My Daughter Sarah Webb died Aprill the 18, 18 10. 
Wass Buiried on the Easter Sunday the 2 2 d . 
The Wife of Samuel Cooper, Sener. 

Sarah Cooper departed from this Life on Sunday Night at 1 1 O'th Clock 
being Whitesunday May 23 d 1790 And was buried on Sunday 
May the 30 th . 

Susan Cooper died May 16: 1795 & was buiried on Thursdy following 

dated, 1 2 Years A daughter of the above Sarah Cooper. 
Whiwiam White died January the 13, 1817. 

From a copy of" De Formarum Origine. Gvilielmi 
Fembeli, Angli, Oxoniensis, Tractatvs. Londini, 
Excudebat T. Cotes sumptibus I. Bartlet, sub 
signo deaurati Calicis in Cheapside, i6jj ;" in 
my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Sampsoii Family. 



Memorandum July y e 27 th 1742. 

The Rev' 1 Thomas Sampson was married to Mary Brown, daughter of 
William Brown, Gentleman, of the Parish of Wandsworth, in 
Chelsea College Chapel by the Rev d Mr. Rothes. 

July y e 23 rd 1742. Mary Ann Sampson born at Chelsea College, her 
Godmothers, my Mother Brown, and Sister Ann Brown, her God- 
father M r Theodore Hudshon, Gentleman, of Wandsworth. Nursed 
by M rs Nicholls of Wandsworth. 

March y e . . 174 . . Thomas Wandell Sampson born at Chelsea College 
in y e morning, his Godfather Lancelot Storey and George Mertin 
Esqs, his Godmother M rs Houston. Nursed by Nurse Stanly at 
Chelsea. 

August y e 7 th 1747 th . William Wandell Sampson born at Chelsea, his 
Godfathers B. Darley Esq, and Doctor Watson, his Godmother M rs 
Turner. Nursed at Nurse Turners at Wandsworth. 

August y e 5 th 1748. Elizabeth Sampson born at Wandsworth at noon, 
her Godmothers M rs Rice and M re Weddel of . . her Godfather K. 
Faulkener of Wandsworth, Esq. Nursed by Nurse Radux of 
Wandsworth. 

George Sampson born at Wandsworth July y e 5 th 1749 in the morning, 
his Godfathers were Charles Lowns and Christopher Low of the 
Treasury Esq r his Godmother my Sister Ann Brown. Nursed at 
home. 

April y e i st 1 75 1. Jane Sampson born at Wandsworth at about 8 in 
the morning, her Godmothers M rs Brown and M rs Marston, her 
Godfather M r Draper. Nursed at home. 

June y e 22 nd 1753. Christopher Sampson born at noon at Wandsworth, 
his Godmother my Sister Anne Browne. Nursed at home. 

Charles Sampson born May y e I st 1755 m tne morning at Wandsworth, 
his Godfathers the right Honourable Lord Charles Manners 
and Major Brown, his Godmother Miss Gulstone. Nursed at 
home. 

George Fredrick John Sampson born July y e 7 th 1759 in the morning 
at Brentford Butts, his Godfathers were his Royal Highness George, 
Prince of Wales, and the Right Honourable John, the Earl of 
Bute, his Godmother her Grace the good Duchess of Sommerset. 
Nursed at home. 



From a leaf of a Family Bible, in the possession 
of Herbert Charles Wynn Sampson, great- 
grandson of the above-named Rev. Thomas 
Sampson. — F. A. C. 



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Thorndon, co. Suffolk. 



1554. Johannes filius Thome Mayhew bapt: fuit oct° die Octobris. 

1555. Thomas Mayhew sepultus fuit primo die Maii. 

1 7 13. Rose Edwards was buried March 8. Affid. 

1 7 14. John Barker, gent: was buried Ap: 28. Affid. 
1729. John Edwards, an old man, July 15. 

1732. Mary, the old wid: of John Edwards, March 30. 

Copied from the original Register 13 June igoi. — F. A. C. 



Mendlesham, co. Suffolk. 

Marriages. 

1562. Thomas Whiting and Elenor Cunold were maryed Oct: ii. 
1564. Robert Cobbe, widower, and Agnes Welye were maryed febr: 6. 

1567. Richard Ruffe, widower, and Elizabeth Barker, wid: were 

maryed Maii 12. 

1573. William Whiting and An Rudland als: Mathewe were maryed 
Augusti vii. 

1602. Thomas Whitinge, singleman, and Mary Bull, singlewoman, 
were maryed Novem : 2. 

1606. Henry Whiting, singleman, and Brigett Muning, singlewoman, 

were maryed Octob: 6. 

162 1. Samuel Whiting and Susan Aldridge were maryed Novemb: i. 
1754. Thomas Mayhew, wid r , and Penelope Tristan, widow, both of 

Mendlesham, by a licence Jan: 31 st , 1754. 

Baptisms. 

1561. Samuell, y e sone of Willm Whiting, Maii 25. 

1563. Thomas, y e sone of tho: whitinge, Augusti 21. 

1563. Eleazar, y e sone of willm whiting, Decemb: 7. 

1564. William, y e sone of tho: whiting, Jann: 6. 
1566. Benett, y e sofie of Ambr: whiting, Decemb: 15. 
1566. William, y e sone of tho: whiting, Decemb: 14. 

1568. John, y e sone of Ambr: whiting, October 10. 

1569. Nicholas, y e sone of tho: whiting, Maii 24. 
1573. Thomas, y e sorie of tho: whiting, Septem: 19. 
1575. Edmond, y e sone of willm whiting, Junii 26. 
1580. John, y e sone of willm whiting, Jann: 5. 
1587. John, y e sone of willm whiting, sen r , Aug: 15. 
1589. Samuell, y e sone of tho: whiting, Maii 10. 
1602. Thomas, y e sone of willm whiting, jun r , Maii i. 

1607. willy whiting, y e sone of willm whiting, Ap: 3. 
1620. John, y e sone of willm whiting, jun: Julii 9. 

1622. Samuell, y e sone of samuell whiting, Maii 19. 

1 69 1. Johannes filius Jacobi et Eliz: Mayhew bapt: Oct: 11. 

1693. Ricardus filius James & Eliz: Mayhew bapt: Sept: 17. 

1706. J nes Lionel et Eliz: Mahew filius bapt: Dec: 7. 

1708. Thorn: filius Lionel et Eliz: Mayhew Bapt: Sep 1 4. 

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1709. Robertus Lyonelli et Elizabethe Mayhew, Feb: 20. 

1723. George, the son of Lionel and Elizabeth Mayhew, July 8. 

1759. John, Son of George & Frances Mayhew, was baptized April 19 th . 

Burials. 

1560. John, y e son of Willm Whiting, Maii 10. 

1560. helen, y e wife of willm whiting, Maii 19. 

1563. Thomas, y e sone of thom: whiting, Augusti 21. 

1564. william whiting was buryed Jann: 26. 
1564. Richard whiting, Decemb: 20. 
1567. Richard whiting, Apr: 17. 

1579. John, y 6 sone of Amb: whiting, Augusti 21. 

1580. John, y e sone of willm whiting, Jann: 18. 

1582. John whiting, Augusti 6. 

1583. Jofie, y e wife of Amb: whiting, Augusti 29. 

1583. Agnes whiting, widow, Decemb: i. 

1584. william whiting, widower, Junii 16. 
1590. Thomas whiting, Octob: 15. 

1 60 1. Ambros whiting, novemb: 24. 

1602. Elinor whiting, widow, September 7. 

1604. Eliazar whiting, supposed to have y e plague, Novemb: 4. 

1609. Thomas, y e sone of willm whiting, Sept: ii. 

1 6 10. Edmond Kirspe, Apr: ii. 
1 6 10. widow Kirspe, Junii 19. 
1619. y e wife of henry cobb, Feb: 12. 
1623. Ales Whitinge was buried Oct: 29. 

1625. Henery Cob, the sonne of Henery Cob, April 12. 

1627. Thomas whitinge of Mickfilde, May 30. 

1630. William Whitting, August 20. 

1630. Henry Whitting, March 12. 

1639. Ann whitinge, wid: was buryed Januarii 27 th . 

1645. Edmond whiting, June the 26. 

1 7 18. Thomas Mayhew buryed June y e 13 th . 

17 18. Mary Mayhew buryed Octob r ye 22 th . 

1722. Thomas Mayhew, drowned at Needham Mill, March 27. 

1749. Lionel Mayhew of Thorndon, May 18. 

1752. Margaret, wife of Thos: Mayhew, July 24. 

1 761. Elizabeth Mayhew, widow, June 15 th . 

1763. Mary, daughter of John & Mary Kersey, Feb: 13 th . 

1 77 1. Edmund Lincoln, April 28 th . 

1777. John Lincoln, senex, Oct: 19 th . 

1 781. Elizabeth Lincoln, April 27 th . 

1783. Amy Lincoln from Old Newton, Jan: 12 th . 

1783. Thomas Mayhew, gent: July 7 th . 

1787. Penelope, widow of Thos: Mayhew (late Penelope Gibson, 
spinster), aged 79 years, was buried Dec: 11, 1787. 

1793. Mary, wife of John Lincoln from Old Newton, was buried Aug: 
5 th , 1793, aged 50. 

1 793. John Cobb was buried Dec: 19, 1793, aged 50 years. 

1800. George Mayhew, married man, was buried Dec: 23, aged 
77 years. 

Copied from the original Register 12 June igoi, — F. A. C. 

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Kirkley, Suffolk. 



IN THE CHURCH. 



TO THE GREATER GLORY OF GOD 
AND 

AS A THANKOFFERING FOR HIS RECOVERY 
FROM ILLNESS 
THIS BAPTISTERY WAS ERECTED BY 
EDWARD KERRISON HARVEY, J. P. 
LECTOR OF THIS CHURCH 
A.D. 1892. 

On a large brass tablet in the north wall of the baptistery. 



IN MEMORY OF 
CAP™ THOMAS LEGGETT 
WHO DIED AT RIO JANEIRO 
• AUGUST 15™ 1852 
AGED 41 YEARS. 

On a marble tablet on the east wall of the south aisle. 



TO THE GLORY OF GOD 
THIS PORCH IS ERECTED BY 
EDWARD KERRISON HARVEY 
IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE OF 
HIS BELOVED WIFE 
EMMA SUSANNAH 
WHO FELL ASLEEP AT LOWESTOFT 
28 th AUGUST 1886. 
JESU MERCY 
R.I.P. 

On a large brass tablet in the porch. 



UNDER THE FLOOR 

OF THIS PORCH 
LIES THE BODY OF 
FRANCIS DROCAS 
LEMPRIERE, M.A. PRIEST 
LATE RECTOR OF THIS PARISH 

BORN NOV. II th 1 794 
FELL ASLEEP OCT. 23 rd 1 875 
R.I.P. 

On the base of a brass cross on the west wall of the porch. 
One of the windows in the south aisle is also to his 
memory. 

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IN THE CHURCHYARD. 



IN MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM ELLIS 
THE BELOVED HUSBAND 
OF MARY ELLIS 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
DECEMBER Y E 30™ 1 7 73 
AGED 32 YEARS. 

On a large fiat stone, south of the church, 



MARIA P. R. TOMPSON 
DAUGHTER OF 
THE LATE REV. J. B. TOMPSON 
(VICAR OF SHROPHAM) 
DIED 

THE I 6 th OF FEBRUARY 187I 
IN HER 62 nd YEAR. 

On a headstone, south of the chancel. 



IN 

LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF 
ARTHUR LEWIS BRADBEER 
YOUNGEST SON OF 
BENJAMIN MASTERMAN BRADBEER 
LOWESTOFT 
BORN JUNE 28™ 1857 
DIED AT KIRKLEY NOVEMBER 1 7, 1 88 1. 

the base of a stone cross, south of the chancel. The east 
window of the south aisle also commemorates him. 



SACRED 
TO 
THE 
MEMORY OF 
ROSAMOND MATILDA 
WIDOW OF THE LATE 
DAWSON TURNER, ESQ. 
OF GREAT YARMOUTH 
WHO DIED SEPTEMBER l8 TU 
1863 
AGED 52 YEARS. 

On a headstone, south of the chancel. 
3° 



CHARLES DANCE 
ESQUIRE 
BORN DECEMBER XIX 
MDCCXCIV 
DIED JANUARY V 
MDCCCLXIII. 

On a headstone, south of the chancel. 



IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE 
OF 

THE REV. FRANCIS 
P ADDON GIRDLESTONE, M.A. 
RECTOR OF ST. MARY'S BUNGAY 

YOUNGEST SON OF THE LATE 
REV. WILLIAM EWIN GIRDLESTONE 
RECTOR OF KELLING AND SALTHOUSE 

IN THE COUNTY OF NORFOLK 
DIED ON THE I 2 th SEPTEMBER 1 874 
AGED 40 YEARS. 

On a headstone, south of the church. 



IN MEMORY OF 
MARIANNE 

THE BELOVED WIFE OF HENRY WILLMOTT 
RECTOR OF THIS PARISH 
WHO DIED OCTOBER 28™ 1861, AGED 25 YEARS. 
ALSO OF MABEL ELIZA 
DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DIED OCTOBER 2 nd 1 86 2 
AND LIES IN MALEW CHURCH YARD 
ISLE OF MAN, AGED ONE YEAR. 



On a ledger stone, in which is inlaid a cross of while marble, 
in the south side of the churchyard. 



IN 
MEMORY 
OF 

CAP™ THO s LEGGETT 

OF THIS PARISH 
WHO DIED 8 th MAY 
1855 

IN THE 70™ YEAR 
OF HIS AGE. 
GOD REST HIS SOUL. 
ALSO OF 
SARAH LEGGETT 
WIDOW OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DIED APRIL 2 nd 1870 
AGED 85 YEARS 



TO THE MEMORY OF 
ELIZABETH NOCKOLDS 
WHO DIED OCT R 1 9™ 1816 
AGED 78 YEARS. 

On an altar tomb with a stone top. 



IN 

AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE 
OF 

JOHN CLEMENT 
THE BELOVED HUSBAND OF 
ELIZABETH LEGGETT 
WHO DIED THE 7™ DAY OF JUNE 1 874 
AGED 79 YEARS. 
ALSO OF ELIZABETH 
WIFE OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DIED DEC R 24™ 1 882 
AGED 82 YEARS. 
IN 

LOVING MEMORY OF 
EMMA 

THE BELOVED WIFE OF 
THOMAS HUBBARD LEGGETT 
WHO DIED THE 8 th DAY OF MARCH 1 875 
AGED 45 YEARS 

On an upright monument of marble surmounted by an urn. 
This and the altar tomb named above are surrounded by 
an iron railing. 

The foregoing inscriptions in Kirkley Church and Churchyard 
were copied 18th August, 1894. — F. A. C. 



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Special Marriage Licences. 



The Rt. Hon ble Richard, Earl of Barrymore, in the Kingdom of 
Ireland, a bachelor, and the Hon ble Lady Amelia Stanhope of the parish 
of St. Martin in the Fields, in the county of Middlesex, spinster, a minor, 
with consent of the Rt. Hon ble William, Earl of Harrington, father of 
the said minor. December 26, 1766. 

The Most Hon ble Francis Russell, commonly called Marquis of 
Tavistock, bachelor, a minor, and the Hon ble Lady Anna Maria 
Stanhope, a spinster, with consent of the Most Noble John, Duke of 
Bedford, father of the said minor. August 8, 1808. 

Augustus John Foster, Esq., M.P., of Privy Gardens, in the county 
of Middlesex, a bachelor, and Albinia Jane Hobart of Scotland Yard, in 
the same county, a spinster. March 18, 18 15. 

The Rt. Hon ble Hugh, Baron Percy, commonly called Earl Percy, a 
bachelor, and the Rt. Hon ble Lady Charlotte Florentia Clive, a spinster. 
April 16, 1817. 

The Most Noble Augustus Frederick, Duke of Leinster, a bachelor, 
and the Rt. Hon ble Lady Charlotte Augusta Stanhope, daughter of the 
Rt. Hon ble Charles, Earl of Harrington, a spinster. June 16, 1818. 

The Rt. Hon ble Charles, Lord Southampton, Baron Southampton, a 
bachelor, and Harriet Stanhope, a spinster, daughter of the Hon ble 
Henry Fitzroy Stanhope of Curzon Street, Mayfair, in the county of 
Middlesex. February 22, 1826. 

The Rev. Edward Thompson of Moresby, in the county of 
Cumberland, a bachelor, and Ellen Percy, spinster, a minor, with 
consent of the Hon bIe and Rt. Rev. Hugh Percy, Bishop of Carlisle, 
father of the said minor. March 31, 1836. 

The Rev. Edgell Wyatt Edgell, a bachelor, and the Hon bIe Henrietta 
Otway Cave, daughter of the Rt. Hon ble Sarah, Baroness Braye, a spinster. 
September 14, 1844. Endorsed: "At St. Mark's, Sept. 24, 1844." 

The Rt. Hon ble John Stuart, Earl of Darnley, bachelor, and the Rt. 
Hon bIe Lady Harriet Mary Pelham, daughter of the Rt. Hon b,e Henry 
Thomas, Earl of Chichester, spinster. August 30, 1850. 

The Hon ble James Colborne, son of the Rt. Hon ble Baron Seaton, a 
bachelor, and the Hon ble Charlotte De Burgh, daughter of the Rt. 
Hon ble Baron Downes, a spinster. February 6, 185 1. 

Francis Capper Brooke, Esq., of the parish of Ufford, in the county 
of Suffolk, widower, and Louisa Duff of the parish of Rendlesham, in 
the same county, spinster. December 30, 1851. 

John Henry Manners Sutton, Esq., of the parish of Kelham, in the 
county of Nottingham, bachelor, and Mary Jemima Burnaby of the 
parish of St. Peter, Martin, Bedford, in the county of Bedford, spinster, 
a minor, with consent of the Rev. Gustavus Andrew Burnaby, father of 
the said minor. April n, 1853. 

Henry John Wentworth Hodgetts Foley, Esq., of Prestwood Park, 
in the county of Stafford, bachelor, and the Hon ble Jane Frances Anne 
Vivian, daughter of the late Rt. Hon bIe Baron Vivian, spinster. 
November 30, 1854. 

Thomas Myddelton Biddulph, Esq., a Lieut.-Colonel, unattached, in 
Her Majesty's Army and Master of the Queen's Household, a bachelor, 
and the Hon ble Mary Frederica Seymour of the parish of St. James, 
Westminster, in the county of Middlesex, spinster. December 3, 1856. 



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The Hon ble Gustavus Russell Hamilton Russell of the district of St. 
Peter, Pimlico, in the county of Middlesex, bachelor, and the Rt. Hon ble 
Lady Katherine Frances Scott, spinster, a minor, with consent of James 
William Farrer, Esq., the Rev. Matthew Thomas Farrer, Oliver William 
Farrer, Esq., and Henry Richard Farrer, Esq., the guardians appointed 
by the will of the Rt. Hon ble John, Earl of Eldon. August 27, 1858. 

George May of Baltimore, in the United States of America, bachelor, 
and Elizabeth Arabella Palmer of New York, in the said United States, 
spinster, now residing at Morley's Hotel, Trafalgar Square, in the county 
of Middlesex. June 1, 1859. 

William Hallam Elton, Esq., of Whitestanton Rectory, in the 
county of Somerset, a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, bachelor, and 
Eliza Sophia Baird of Clevedon Court, in the same county, spinster. 
July 14^ 1865. 

Sydney Williams Lee, Esq., of Ravenswood, Wandsworth, in the 
county of Surrey, bachelor, and Letitia Frances Withall of Lytton Grove, 
Putney, in the same county, spinster, a minor, with consent of Richard 
Augustus Withall, father of the said minor, at St. John's, Putney. 
July 25, 1868. 

John Lewis Garden, Esq., of Redisham Hall, in the parish of 
Ringsfield, in the county of Suffolk, bachelor, and Caroline Letizia, 
Baronne de Chasseron, commonly called Princess Caroline Letizia 
Murat, of the parish of St. Paul, Knightsbridge, in the county of 
Middlesex, widow, at St. Peter's, Pimlico. November 8, 1871. 

James Albert Sheridan of Pensacola, in West Florida, in America, 
bachelor, and Emma Enrichetta Antonia Guiseppa Eugenia Maria 
Montucci of No. 3 Rue de Ponthieu, in the City of Paris, in France, 
spinster, at St. James', Paddington. April 18, 1873. 

John Dennistoun, Esq., of No. 61 Cromwell Road, South Kensington, 
in the county of Middlesex, bachelor, and Charlotte Eleanor Georgina 
Dennistoun, daughter of Alexander Dennistoun, Esq., of Golfhill, in 
the City of Glasgow, spinster, at St. Peter's, Pimlico. April 30, 1875. 

William Assheton Eardley-Wilmot, Esq., a Captain in Her Majesty's 
5th Regiment of Foot, now stationed at Woolwich, in the county of 
Kent, bachelor, and Mary Watts Russell of No. 68 Eaton Place, 
Pimlico, in the county of Middlesex, spinster. December 9, 1876. 

Philip Green, Esq., a Captain in Her Majesty's 5th Regiment of 
Lancers, of the parish of Penshurst, in the county of Kent, bachelor, 
and the Most Hon ble Clementine Augusta, Marchioness Camden, of 
Bayham Abbey, Lamberhurst, in the county of Sussex, and of the parish 
of St. Peter, Pimlico, in the county of Middlesex, widow, at St. Peter's, 
Pimlico. December 13, 1876. 

The Hon ble Thomas Charles Agar-Robartes of Dean Street, South 
Audley Street, in the county of Middlesex, son of the Rt. Hon ble 
Thomas James, Baron Robartes, bachelor, and Mary Dickinson of the 
parish of Kingweston, Somerton, in the county of Somerset, spinster, 
at St. Peter's, Pimlico. April 13, 1878. 

Arthur Henry Fitzroy Paget, Esq., a Captain in the Royal Scots 
Fusilier Guards, of No. 3 Carlisle Place, Victoria Street, Westminster, 
in the county of Middlesex, bachelor, and Mary Stevens of the City of 
New York, in the United States of America, at present residing at 
Thomas's Hotel, Berkeley Square, in the said county of Middlesex, 
spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. July 26, 1878. 



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The Rev. George Hamilton of the Province of Quebec, in Canada, 
bachelor, and Grace Julia Parker of Montreal, in Canada, spinster, a 
minor, with consent of Grace Parker, mother of the said minor, her 
father being dead, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. June 23, 1879. 

William James Lloyd Wharton, a Commander in the Royal Navy, of 
Her Majesty's Ship " Fawn," now at Malta, bachelor, and Lucy 
Georgina Holland of Kemerton Court, near Tewkesbury, in the county 
of Gloucester, spinster, at St. Peter's, Pimlico.. January 28, 1880. 

Charles Stancliffe Newton, Esq., of No. 35 Princes Gate, Hyde 
Park, in the county of Middlesex, bachelor, and Harriet Ellen Keyser 
of No. 1 1 Upper Belgrave Street, Belgrave Square, in the same county, 
spinster, at St. Peter's, Pimlico. February n, 1880. 

The Rt. Hon ble Edric Frederic, Baron Gifford, of Hampton Court 
Palace, in the county of Middlesex, bachelor, and Sophie Catherine 
Street of Southsea, in the county of Southampton, spinster, a minor, 
with consent of Lieut.-General John Alfred Street, C.B., father of the 
said minor, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. April 17, 1880. 

Thomas Wodehouse Legh, Esq., of Belgrave Square, in the county 
of Middlesex, bachelor, and Evelyn Caroline Bromley Davenport of 
Belgrave Place, in the same county, spinster, a minor, with consent of 
William Bromley Davenport, Esq., father of the said minor, at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square. July 19, 1880. 

Lord Algernon Malcolm Arthur Percy of Grosvenor Place, in the 
county of Middlesex, bachelor, and the Hon ble , commonly called Lady, 
Victoria Frederica Caroline Edgcumbe of Belgrave Square, in the said 
county of Middlesex, spinster, a minor, with consent of the Rt. Hon ble 
William Henry, Earl of Mount Edgcumbe, father of the said minor, 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. July 28, 1880. 

Henry Arthur William Hervey, Esq., of Chester Square, in the 
county of Middlesex, widower, and the Lady Selina Catherine Bidwell 
of Hereford Gardens, Park Lane, in the same county, widow, at St. 
John's, Wilton Road, Pimlico. August 11, 1880. 

Steven Frewen, Esq., a Lieutenant in Her Majesty's 16th Lancers, 
of Hythe, in the county of Kent, a bachelor, and Emily Augusta 
Peacocke of Southwick, in the county of Southampton, spinster, at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square. December 2, 1880. 

Robert Follett Synge, Esq., of Charlotte Street, Buckingham Gate, in the 
county of Middlesex, bachelor, and Laura May Fletcher of Eaton Place, 
in the same county, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. February 8, 1 88 1 . 

Raymond William Parr, late a Captain in Her Majesty's 75th 
Regiment, of 34 James Street, Buckingham Gate, in the county of 
Middlesex, bachelor, and the Hon ble Constance Lavinia Harriet Plunkett 
of 7 Grosvenor Place, in the county of Middlesex, spinster, at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square. March 25, 1881. 

Ormelie Campbell Hannay, a Captain in Her Majesty's 93rd (High- 
landers) Regiment, now quartered at Aldershot, in the county of Hants, 
bachelor, and Augusta Hellen Hay Murray of Godinton Park, Ashford, in 
the county of Kent, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. April 16, 1881. 

The Hon b,e Alexander Kennedy, commonly called Lord Alexander 
Kennedy, a Lieutenant in the 42nd Royal Highland Regiment, now 
quartered at Aldershot, in the county of Hants, bachelor, and Beatrice 
Harriet Gordon of The Observatory, Ryde, in the Isle of Wight, spinster, 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. April 19, 1881. A A 0^07 




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The Hon ble Charles Napier Lawrence of Eaton Place, in the parish 
of St. Peter, Eaton Square, in the county of Middlesex, bachelor, and 
Catherine Sumner of Queen Anne's Mansions, in the parish of St. 
Margaret, Westminster, in the said county of Middlesex, spinster, at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square. May 27, 1881. 

Gerald Fitz Gerald, Companion of the Order of St. Michael and St. 
George, of the Foreign Office, in the county of Middlesex, bachelor, and 
the Hon ble Amicia Henrietta Milnes of Bawtry Hall, in the county of 
York, spinster, eldest daughter of the Rt. Hon ble Richard, Baron 
Houghton. June 8, 1881. 

Edward Roger Murray Pratt, Esq., of Ryston Hall, Downham 
Market, in the county of Norfolk, bachelor, and Louisa Frances 
Mulholland of Eaton Square, in the county of Middlesex, spinster, at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square. June 29, 1881. 

The Hon ble Arthur Saumarez of No. 41 Princes Gate in the parish of 
All Saints, Knights bridge, in the county of Middlesex, bachelor, and 
Edith Mary M c Garel Hogg of No. 17 Grosvenor Gardens, in the parish 
of St. Peter, Eaton Square, in the same county, spinster, at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square. July 23, 1881. 

Kenneth Howard, a Captain in the Royal Artillery, of Hazelby, East 
Woodhay, in the county of Southampton, bachelor, and the Lady Emily 
Alfreda Julia Bury of Chesterfield Gardens, May Fair, in the county of 
Middlesex, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. September 19, 1881. 

Edward Brice Pearse of Chester Square, in the county of Middlesex, 
bachelor, and Frances Ellinor Bircham of Upper Belgrave Street, in the 
same county, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. January 16, 1882. 

Walter Albert Sandeman of Ennismore Gardens, in the county of 
Middlesex, bachelor, and Constance Fenwick of Eaton Place, in the 
said county of Middlesex, spinster, a minor, with consent of Jane 
Lutwidge Fenwick, the mother, John Blencowe Cookson, George John 
Fenwick, and John Cookson, guardians appointed by the will of Henry 
Fenwick, deceased, father of the said minor, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. 
February 8, 1882. 

Edward Knight, Esq., of Biltinghouse, Wye, in the county of Kent, 
bachelor, and Mary Augusta Repps Evans-Lombe of Bylaugh Park, 
East Dereham, in the county of Norfolk, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square. April 13, 1882. 

Sydney Mitchell, Esq., of the parish of Solihull, in the county of 
Warwick, bachelor, and Florence Maria Gillott of Berry Hall, Solihull, 
in the same county, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. July 3, 1882. 

Richard Fort, Esq., M.P., of Read Hall, Whalley, in the county of 
Lancaster, bachelor, and Alice Anna Leigh of Pont Street, Belgrave 
Square, in the county of Middlesex, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square. July 17, 1882. 

Thomas Edmund Le Blanc, Esq., of Northaw House, Northaw, in 
the county of Hertford, late a Captain in Her Majesty's Army, widower, 
and Janet Lindsay Reid of Nyn Park, Northaw, aforesaid, spinster, at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square. July 19, 1882. 

Owen Lewis Cope Williams, M.P., of No. 24 Hill Street, Berkeley 
Square, in the county of Middlesex, Colonel in the Royal Horse Guards, 
widower, and Nina Mary Adelaide Sinclair of No. 62 Eaton Square, in 
the said county of Middlesex, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. 
July 21, 1882. 

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Edward Ridley, Esq., Barrister-at-Law and a Fellow of All Soul's 
College, Oxford, of King's Bench Walk, Temple, in the City of London, 
bachelor, and Alice Bromley Davenport of the parish of St. Peter, Eaton 
Square, in the county of Middlesex, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square. July 24, 1882. 

Charles Edward Howard Vincent, Esq., of Ebury Street, Pimlico, in 
the county of Middlesex, bachelor, and Ethel Gwendoline Moffatt of 
Eaton Square, in the same county, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square. September 15, 1882. 

The Hon ble James St. Vincent Saumarez of William Street, Albert 
Gate, in the county of Middlesex, bachelor, and Jane Anne Broke of 
Grosvenor Place, in the same county, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square. October 9, 1882. 

The Rt. Hon ble John George, Earl of Durham, of Lambton Castle, 
in the county of Durham, bachelor, and Ethel Elizabeth Louisa Milner 
of Princes Gate, in the county of Middlesex, spinster. October 23, 1882. 

Lambart Henry Bonwens, a Captain in the Royal Horse Artillery, at 
present quartered at Copsham Barracks, in the parish of Heavitree, in 
the county of Devon, bachelor, and Charlotte Bethell of Braniham 
House, Tadcaster, in the county of York, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square. November 17, 1882. 

Arthur Gerald Weguelin, Esq., of No. 44 Grosvenor Gardens, in the 
county of Middlesex, bachelor, and Mary Josephine Ethel Fuller of 
No. 13 Chesterfield Street, Mayfair, in the same county, spinster, a 
minor, with consent of Thomas Fuller, Esq., father of the said minor, 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. January 22, 1883. 

The Hon ble Albert Yelverton Bingham of Duke Street, St. James's, 
in the county of Middlesex, widower, and Jean Crawford Service of 
Stone Byres in the county of Lanark, in North Britain, spinster, at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square. March 14, 1883. 

The Hon ble Hugo Richard Charteris, commonly called Lord Elcho, 
bachelor, son of the Rt. Hon ble the Earl of Wemyss, and Mary Constance 
Wyndham of No. 44 Belgrave Square, in the county of Middlesex, 
spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. August 8, 1883. 

Sir Patrick James Graham Blake, Bart., of Bardwell, Ixworth, in the 
county of Suffolk, bachelor, and Emma Gertrude Dawson of Groton 
House, Groton, Boxford, in the same county, spinster, at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square. October 9, 1883. 

James Landon Watt, Lieut.-Colonel of the 1st Battalion North 
Staffordshire Regiment, of the Salford Barracks, Manchester, in the 
county of Lancaster, bachelor, and Eleanor Lidwill of Dromard, Temple- 
more, in the county of Tipperary, in Ireland, spinster, a minor, with 
consent of George Lidwill, Esq., father of the said minor, at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square. October 23, 1883. 

Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wilde, Esq., of Charles Street, Grosvenor 
Square, in the county of Middlesex, bachelor, and Constance Mary 
Lloyd of Lancaster Gate, Paddington, in the same county, spinster, at 
St. James', Paddington. May 28, 1884. 

Thomas Patrick Geoghegan, a Lieutenant in the 3rd Regiment of 
Bombay Cavalry, at present residing at Gurthard, in the county of 
Gal way, in Ireland, bachelor, and Marion Knight of No. 31 Cadogan 
Place, Chelsea, in the county of Middlesex, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, or at St. George's, Hanover Square. June 24, 1884. 



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Ferdinand Pakington John Hanbury Williams, Esq., J.P., of 
Nantover, near Abergavenny, in the county of Monmouth, bachelor, and 
Beatrice Leatham of No. 46 Eaton Square, in the county of Middlesex, 
spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. June 27, 1884. 

Henry Ricketson, Esq., of the City of Melbourne, in the Colony of 
Victoria, at present residing at the Langham Hotel, in the county of 
Middlesex, widower, and Edith Alice Mary Were of the City of 
Melbourne, aforesaid, at present residing at No. 27 Westbourne Park 
Road, in the said county of Middlesex, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square. July 25, 1884. 

Robert John Foster, Esq., of Harrowins, Queensbury, near Bradford, 
in the county of York, bachelor, and the Hon ble Evelyn Augusta 
Bateman Hanbury, daughter of the Rt. Hon ble William Bateman, Baron 
Bateman of Shobdon Court, Shobdon, in the county of Hereford, 
spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. September 11, 1884. 

Samuel Hynman Allenby, a Captain in the 3rd Battalion Lincolnshire 
Regiment and a Magistrate for the county of Lincoln, of Tathwell, Louth, 
in the county of Lincoln, bachelor, and The Lady Sophia Constance 
Montgomerie of Eglinton Castle, Irvine, in the county of Ayr, in North 
Britain, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. December 31, 1884. 

Henry Tootal Broadhurst, Esq., of Galloway House, Garliestown, 
in the county of Wigton, in North Britain, widower, and Elizabeth 
Frances Butler of No. 64 Fitzwilliam Square, in the City of Dublin in 
Ireland, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. January 19, 1885. 

William Jaffray, Esq., J. P., of Skilts, Studley, in the county of 
Warwick, bachelor, and- Mabel Augusta Scott of Great Barr Hall, in the 
parish of Great Barr, in the county of Stafford, spinster, at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square. January 26, 1885. 

Robert Ceorge Wardlaw Ramsay, Esq., of Whitehill, Rosewell, 
Midlothian, in North Britain, bachelor, and Alary Alice Hogg of No. 77 
Eccleston Square, in the county of Middlesex, spinster, a minor, with 
consent of Harriet Anne Hogg, widow, mother of the said minor, the 
guardian appointed by will of Charles Swinton Hogg, Esq., deceased, 
father of the said minor, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. January 26, 
1885. 

George William Buchanan, Esq., Second Secretary to Her Majesty's 
Embassy at Vienna, bachelor, and the Lady Georgina Meriel Bathurst 
of No. 20 Grosvenor Gardens, in the county of Middlesex, spinster, at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square. February 16, 1885. 

The Rt. Hon ble Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, Bart., M.P. and Privy 
Councillor, of No. 76 Sloane Street, Chelsea, in the county of Middle- 
sex, widower, and Emilia Francis Pattison of The Lodge, Headington, 
in the county of Oxford, widow, at St. Luke's, Chelsea. October 2, 1885. 

Stephen Louis Simeon, Esq., of No. 72 Eaton Place, Belgrave Square, 
in the county of Middlesex, bachelor, and Louisa Augusta Eardley 
Childers of No. 117 Piccadilly, in the same county, spinster, at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square. November 2, 1885. 

William M c Ewan of Edinburgh, in North Britain, Deputy Lieutenant, 
bachelor, and Helen Anderson of Edinburgh, aforesaid, but now residing 
in the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, in the county of Middlesex, 
widow, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. November 4, 1885. 

Fiennes Stanley Wykeham Cornwallis, Esq., of Linton Park, Maid- 
stone, in the county of Kent, bachelor, and Mabel Leigh of Hartford 

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House, Hartford, in the county of Chester, spinster, a minor, with 
consent of Frances Leigh, widow, mother of the said minor, at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square. February 5, 1886. 

Charles Harvey Palairet, Esq., late a Captain in the 9th Lancers, of 
the parish of Ledbury, in the county of Hereford, widower, and Nora 
Hamilton Martin of the parish of Milborne Port, in the county of 
Somerset, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. February 2, 1888. 

Sir Richard Francis Sutton, Bart., of Norwood Park, in the county 
of Nottingham, bachelor, and Edith Constance Corbet of Acton 
Reynold, in the county of Salop, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. 
April 3, 1888. 

The Hon ble , commonly called Lord Edmond George Petty Fitz- 
maurice, son of the late Marquis of Lansdowne, of Bowood, Calne, in 
the county of Wilts, bachelor, and Caroline Fitz Gerald of Lichfield, 
Connecticut, in the United States of America, but at present residing 
at No. 19 Rutland Gate, Knightsbridge, in the county of Middlesex, 
spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. November 13, 1889. 

Rev. Charles George Beaumont Hotham, Rector of Theydon 
Garnon, in the county of Essex, bachelor, and Laura Cunliffe Smith, 
daughter of Sir Charles Cunliffe Smith, Bart., of Suttons, near Romford, 
in the county of Essex, spinster, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square. 
January 21, 1891. 

From a volume of original Marriage Licences in my 
possession, lettered " Munimenta Antiqua, Special 
Marriage Licences, 1766-1891." — F. A. C. 



Morgan Family. 

" Mary Morgan of S 4 Georges Allis S l Gorden in the County of 
Sumorset." In my settlement on marriage with Mr. Morgan I reserved 
power to dispose of half my personal estate. To Mr. Morgan my 
husband "my gold Watch." His eldest son Mr. Richard Morgan. 
Mrs. Joanno Morgan and her sister Mrs. Anne Morgan. Mr. Thomas 
Morgan. Poor of St. Gorges, of Sellinson Dayrell, co. Bucks, of 
Dullingham, co. Cambridge, of Walton, co. Suffolk. Mrs. Elizabeth 
Pecock, widow. Mr. Robert Parkins and his children. Mr. Miles 
of Purkere and my cousin his wife. My kinsman Mr. William Poyntz 
and my god-daughter, his daughter Mrs. Mary Poyntz. To " the Lady 
Meux my cousen Ann and cousen Elizabeth Meux the two Ladyes 
of Nash my sister Tregonwell Mrs. Elizabeth Senior Mrs. Phipes cousen 
Mary Bates cousen Elizabeth Lee cousen Mary Becher and to all my 
cousen John Jeffresons children " a ring of 20 s value each. To 
Christopher Jeaffreson of Dullingham, Esq r , my dear and only brother 
and Exor, all my plate and jewels and my rents in Wales held by the 
life of said Mrs. Elizabeth Senior. " I am sensible that Treguff is of 
much more value then all the rest of my personall Estate." Witnesses : 
Irena Hoggeson, John Hodggesson and Joseph Cox. 

Will dated 14 March i6|f. Proved 15 January 1701, by Christopher 
Jeaffreson, Esq., Exor. 

P.C.C. (9 Heme). 

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Bedingfteld, co. Suffolk. 



1545. Item, the 12 daye of march was crystened robart Mayhewe, y e 

sonne of Thomas Mayhew, y e yeare above written. 
1547. Item, the 24 daye of October was cristened willm Mayhew, the 

sonne of thomas mayhewe, y e yeare above written. 
1549. Item, the 21 daye of September was the marriage solemnized 

betweene Lawrence mayhewe and Agnes Enddon, y e yeare 

above written. 

1552. Item, the 30 daye of may was buryed Barnabe Mayhewe, y e 

yeare above written. 
1552. Item, the 2 daye of November was baptized Robert Mayhewe, 

the son of Willm mayhewe, y e yeare above written. 
1593. Item, the xx daye of November was baptized Robt: Edwards, the 

sonne of Rob 1 Edwards, in the yeare above written. 
1605. Henry, the sonne of Robert Edwards was buried y e xxviii th day 

of March in the yeare above written. 
1667. Lyonnell, the sonne of Thomas Mayhew and Mary his wife, was 

baptized the 17 th of November anno predicto. 

1680. Elizabeth, the daughter of William Whiting and Mary his wife, 

was baptized December 26 th 1680. 
1688. Thomas Mayhew, sol 5 , & Mary Brewet, sol a , marryed Octob: 
23 th 88. 

1 7 10. John Edwards of Thorndon, singleman, and Mary Bardnell of 

Rishangles, singlewoman, were marryed November y e 16 th 

1 7 10, by Lycence. 
1 7 15. John Girling of Stradbrook, singleman, and Elizabeth Brown of 

Wilby, singlewoman, were married by licence Aug: 31, 1715- 
1625. Item, Nicholas Edwards was buried y e fifteenth day of September 

An° Dni. 1625. 

1628. [Blank in orig.] Cobbe, widd: was buryed y e 5 th of March An° 
predicto. 

1 68 1. Thomas Mayhew was buryed y e i st of March 1681. 

1 688. Mary, the wife of William Whiting, was buryed June y e 22 th . 
1692. Elizabeth, y e daughter of Thomas Mayhew & Mary his wife of 
Rishangles, was buryed Dec: 1692. 

1 7 10. Mary Mayhew, vid: was buryed April y e 19 th 1710. 

17 1 1. Mary, y e wife of John Edwards of Rishangles, was buryed March 

26 th 1711. 

1728. William Whiting was buried April 29. 

1730. Margaret Whiting, widow, was buried Jan: 5. 

1748. Elizabeth, the wife of Lionel Mayhew from Wilby, was buried 

Ap: 2, 1748. 
1762. Elizabeth Mayhew was buried Sep: 6 th . 

1785. Lionel Mayhew, a married man (late of the Parish of Warling- 
worth), aged 80 years, was buried May 25 th 1785, affidavit 
made May 25 th 1785. 



Copied from the original Register 13 June 
/po/.—F.A.C. 



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Coke Family. 



margaret tufton coke 
baroness clifford and 
countess dowager of leicester 
Who erected this monument to the 
memory of her husband and her son 
died the 28™ day of februa : 
1775 in the 75 year of her age. 

thomas coke 
of an antient and honorable line 
decended from edward, lord chief justice coke 
and allied to many noble families 
by his extraordinary endowments added lustre to his birth 
and received the most conspicuous marks of royal favour and affection 
being created knight of the bath by king george the first 
baron of minster lovell 
viscount coke of holkham and earl of leicester 
by his majesty king george the second 
to whose persons honor and government 
He was always with the higest gratitude 
most zealously attached, 
his lordship married 
the third daughter of thomas, earl of thanet 
the lady margaret tufton 
by descent from the earls of cumberland 
baroness of clifford 
by whom besides several children who all died young 
he had edward, lord viscount coke 
who represented this county 
and distinguished himself in two parliaments 
by a ready conception, strong memory, 
and a most piercing judgment, 
he married 

the youngest daughter of john, duke of argyll 
lady mary campbell 
by whom he had no issue, 
margaret, countess dowager leicester 
preserving inviolable the most perfect impressions 
of conjugal and parental affections 
caused this monument to be erected 

to the memories 
of her husband and her son edward 
in the year 1760 
the former died at holkham 

APRIL 20™ 1759 AGED 6l 
THE LATTER DIED AT GREENWICH 
AUGUST 30, 1753 AGED 34. 



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SACRED TO THE MEMORY 
OF JANE, WIFE OF THOMAS WILLIAM COKE ESQUIRE OF HOLKHAM 
IN THE COUNTY OF NORFOLK AND DAUGHTER OF JAMES LENOX DUTTON ESQUIRE 
OF SHIREBORNE IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER 
SHE WAS BORN AT SHIREBORNE NOVEMBER 29™ 1753 WAS MARRIED THERE OCTOBER 25™ 1775 

AND DIED AT BATH JUNE 2 nd 180O LEAVING 3 DAUGHTERS JANE ELIZABETH 
WIDOW OF CHARLES NEVINSON, VISCOUNT ANDOVER, ELDEST SON OF THE EARL OF SUFFOLK 
ANNE MARGARET, WIFE OF THOMAS ANSON ESQUIRE OF SHUGBOROUGH IN THE 
COUNTY OF STAFFORD AND ELIZABETH WILHELMINA COKE 
MUNIFICENT WITHOUT PROFUSION AND CHARATABLE WITHOUT OSTENTATION 
CALMN AND UNASSUMING IN THE ORDINARY OFFICES OF SOCIAL LIFE BUT INFLEXIBLE 
AND UNWEARIED IN THE DISCHARGE OF ALL ITS NOBLER AND MORE ARDUOUS DUTIES 
M RS COKE DESERVED AND OBTAINED THE LOVE OF EQUALS THE RESPECT OF INFERIORS 
THE ATTACHMENT OF DOMESTICS THE GRATITUDE OF THE POOR THE UNFEIGNED ESTEEM 
OF EVERY ACQUAINTANCE AND THE STEADY CONFIDENCE OF EVERY FRIEND 
HER REVERENCE TOWARDS GOD WAS ACCOMPANIED BY SUCH BENEVOLENCE TO MANKIND 
THAT RELIGION SEEMED TO RESIDE IN THE SANCTUARY OF HER HEART AND SAINTLY WERE 

THE VIRTUES WHICH ADORNED HER CONJUGAL AND PARENTAL CHARACTER 
HE BY WHOM THIS MONUMENT IS ERECTED WILL NEVER CEASE TO REVERE HER MEMORY 
AND IT IS THE FERVENT WISH OF HIS SOUL THAT BY ENDEAVOURING TO IMITATE HER EXAMPLE 
HIMSELF AND HIS CHILDREN MAY BECOME WORTHY TO MEET HER AGAIN AT THE LAST DAY 
AND BE PARTAKERS WITH HER OF THE GLORY WHICH SHALL THEN BE REVEALED 
TO THE SPIRITS OF JUST MEN MADE PERFECT. 

Marble Tomb in Tittleshall Church, co. Norfolk. 

The foregoing were kindly copied for me by Mrs. Lucy Ann 
Frances of Tittleshall, 5 March rgoi. — F. A. C. 



EDWARD KEPPEL WENTWORTH COKE, 
SECOND SON OF THOMAS WILLIAM, EARL OF LEICESTER. 
BORN 20 th AUGUST 1824, DIED 27™ MAY 1889. 
BURIED IN THIS CHURCHYARD. 
THIS MEMORIAL IS PLACED HERE 

BY FRIENDS & RELATIONS, 
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF ONE, 
WHO LIVED AMONGST HIS PEOPLE DOING HIS DUTY, 
& WHO GAINED THE ESTEEM AND AFFECTION 
OF NEIGHBOURS & FELLOW WORKERS 
IN THE COUNTY OF DERBY. 
BY HIS SIDE LIES HIS WIFE 
DIANA MARY BLANCHE GEORGIANA 
3 rd DAUGHTER OF 
GEORGE I st BARON DOVER. 
BORN 5 T " JANUARY 1832, DIED l8 TH JULY 1890. 



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EDWARDO COKE, ARM : 
DE LONGFORD. 
EDWARDI EX AGRO NORFOLCIENSI, 
FILIO NATU SECUNDO, 
QUI OBIIT XII AUGUSTI. 
JET: XXXII A.D. 
MDCCXXXIII. 

ROBERTUS REGIN^E CAROLINA VICE CAMERARIUS 
FRATRI MERITISSIMO HOC MONUMENTUM. 
LIBENS LUBENSCJj POSUIT. 



TO THE REVERED MEMORY OF 
THOMAS WILLIAM COKE, EARL OF LEICESTER. 
BORN MAY VI th MDCCLIV. DIED AT LONGFORD JUNE 30™ MDCCCXLII. 
HIS PUBLIC CONDUCT AS REPRESENTATIVE, FOR 57 YEARS, OF THE COUNTY OF NORFOLK 
WAS CONSPICUOUS FOR ITS DECISION, DISINTERESTED ZEAL & UNIMPEACHABLE INTEGRITY. 
PREEMINENT NO LESS FOR HIS GENEROSITY AS A LANDLORD 
THAN FOR HIS SKILL AND ENTERPRISE AS AN AGRICULTURIST, 
HE SECURED THE DEEP AFFECTION OF AN ATTACHED & PROSPEROUS TENANTRY, 
WHILE BY HIS EXERTION AND INFLUENCE HE EXTENDED IN A MOST REMARKABLE DEGREE 
THE CULTIVATION & RURAL IMPROVEMENT OF THE COUNTRY. 
IN HIS DOMESTIC RELATIONS HE WAS MOST AFFECTIONATE, KIND, & HOSPITABLE; 
HIS CHARITY WAS MUNIFICENT WITHOUT OSTENTATION, 
& HIS PIETY SIMPLE AND UNAFFECTED, BUT WARM & SINCERE. 
THIS MONUMENT IS ERECTED 
BY PERSONS OF VARIOUS CLASSES & OPINIONS, CONNECTED WITH THIS COUNTY, 
AS SOME RECORD OF AN EXAMPLE SO EXCELLENT AND INSTRUCTIVE. 



THE OFFERING OF AN ATTACHED HUSBAND. 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
ANNE AMELIA, COUNTESS OF LEICESTER, 
3 rd DAUGHTER OF CHARLES, 4™ EARL OF ALBEMARLE. 
SHE MARRIED FIRST, THOMAS WILLIAM COKE, I st EARL OF LEICESTER OF HOLKHAM, 
BY WHOM SHE LEFT FOUR SONS & ONE DAUGHTER ; 
AND SECONDLY THE RIGHT HON BLE EDWARD ELLICE. 
SHE DIED ON 22 nd JULY 1 844, AGED 40. 
HER ONLY CHILD BY HER SECOND MARRIAGE SURVIVED HIS BIRTH A FEW HOURS, 
& IS BURIED WITH HIS MOTHER 
IN THE VAULT OF THE COKE FAMILY, IN THIS CHURCH. 



HERE LYES THE BODY OF SIR EDWARD COKE LATE OF THIS PLACE BART. 
WHO DIED THE 20 th SEPTEMBER 1 72 7 AGED 79 YEARS 
AND BY HIS WILL DIRECTED THIS MONUMENT TO BE ERECTED 
IN MEMORY OF SIR EDWARD COKE BART. HIS FATHER AND OF DAME CATHARINE, HIS MOTHER 
(WHO WAS GRANDDAUGHTER OF THE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE DYER) 
AND OF THEIR CHILDREN WHOSE NAMES WERE 
EDWARD, CATHARINE, ROBERT, RICHARD, ANNE, THE LAST S R EDWARD 
CLEMENT & THEOPHILA WHO ALL DIED WITHOUT ISSUE. 

Tablets in Longford Church, co. Derby. 

The foregoing were most kindly copied for me by the Rev. 
James Clunes Wilson, Rector of Longford. — F. A. C. 



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47 



Fauntleroy Family. 



To all and Singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir George 
Nayler Knight Garter Principal King of Arms and Ralph Bigland 
Esquire Clarenceux King of Arms of the South East and West Parts of 
England from the River Trent Southwards send Greeting. Whereas 
Robert Fauntleroy of Potters Fields in the Borough of Southwark and of 
Wandsworth in the County of Surrey Merchant third Son of Robert 
Fauntleroy and Grandson of Thomas Fauntleroy late of Culvers Grove 
in the County of Essex deceased hath represented unto Henry Thomas 
Howard Molyneux Howard Esquire commonly called the Right 
Honourable Lord Henry Thomas Howard Molyneux Howard Deputy 
(with the Royal Approbation) to his Brother the Most Noble Bernard 
Edward Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of 
England that upon an examination of the Records of the College of 
Arms he is informed that the Armorial Ensigns hitherto borne by his 
Ancestors have not been duly registered to his branch of the Family 
and being unwilling to bear any without lawful Authority he therefore 
requested the favour of His Lordship's Warrant for Our granting and 
assigning the said Armorial Ensigns with such distinctions as may be 
proper to be borne by him and his Descendants and by the other 
Descendants of his aforesaid late Father according to the Laws of 
Arms. And forasmuch as his Lordship did by Warrant under his 
Hand and Seal bearing date the twenty second day of February last 
authorize and direct Us to grant and assign such Armorial Ensigns 
accordingly. Know Ye therefore that We the said Garter and 
Clarenceux in pursuance of His Lordship's Warrant and by virtue of 
the Letters Patent of Our several Offices to each of Us respectively 
granted do by these Presents grant and exemplify unto the said Robert 
Fauntleroy the Arms following that is to say Gules an Elephant statant 
between three Infants Heads couped proper crined Or. And for Crest 
on a Wreath of the Colours A Mount Vert thereon a Fleur-de-lis 
Erminois between two Wings displayed Quarterly Azure and Gules as 
the same are in the Margin hereof more plainly depicted to be borne 
and used for ever hereafter by him the said Robert Fauntleroy and his 
Descendants and by the other Descendants of his aforesaid late Father 
Robert Fauntleroy with due and proper differences according to the 
Laws of Arms. In Witness whereof We the said Garter and Clarenceux 
Kings of Arms have to these Presents subscribed our Names and affixed 
the Seals of Our several Offices this twelfth day of March in the Fourth 
Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Fourth by the 
Grace of God in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland 
King Defender of the Faith &c and in the Year of our Lord one 
thousand eight hundred and twenty three. 

George Nayler, Garter, Ralph Bigland, 

Principal King of Arms. Clarenceux King of Arms. 

From the original Grant, endorsed : "Recorded in the 
College of Arms, London, and examined, Chas. Geo. 
Young, York Herald 6° Register;" in the possession 
of the Rev. Paul James Turquand. — F. A. C. 



48 



Edwards, Seaman and Stanford Families. 



HERE LIETH THE BODY 
OF 

WILLIAM, SON OF 
JOHN AND ANN 
STANFORD, 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 31 st DEC. 1780 
AGED 33 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF IN MEMORY OF 

JOHN EDWARDS MARY, HIS WIFE 

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
9 th APRIL 1809 3 rd FEBRUARY l8lO 

AGED 73 YEARS. AGED 69 YEARS. 

RESIGNED TO GOD, WE HERE TO EARTH COMMEND 
OUR TENDER PARENTS, AND OUR CONSTANT FRIENDS 
BLEST ARE THE CHILDREN, WHO SUCH PARENTS HAVE 
AS SMILE IN DEATH, AND TRIUMPH O'ER THE GRAVE. 



IN MEMORY OF 
EMILY DAUGHTER OF 
JOHN AND 
MARY STANFORD 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
24™ MARCH 1 8 1 7 
AGED II YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
EMMA, DAUGHTER OF 
JOHN AND 
MARY STANFORD 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
6 th JUNE 1 8l 9 
AGED 17 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ELIZABETH STANFORD 
RELICT OF 
WILLIAM STANFORD 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE IO TH DAY OF APRIL 1823 
AGED 82 YEARS. 



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IN MEMORY OF 
MARY, THE WIFE OF 
JOHN STANFORD 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 26 th DAY OF MARCH 1 82 6 
AGED 54 YEARS. 
ALSO OF THE ABOVE 
JOHN STANFORD, 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 28™ DAY OF APRIL 1 834 
AGED 67 YEARS. 



TO THE MEMORY OF 
JOHN STANFORD, 
WHO DIED MAY 8 TH 1 83 1 
AGED 38 YEARS. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM EDWARDS 
LATE OF THIS PARISH 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE DEC R 23 rd 1 848 
AGED 75 YEARS. 



IN THIS VAULT IS INTERRED 
SYDNEY, INFANT SON OF 
CHARLES AND EMMA 
STANFORD 
WHO DIED FEB. 24™ 1 85 1 
AGED I YEAR. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF ANNA EDWARDS 
LATE OF THIS PARISH WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 

APRIL 23 rd 1853, AGED 75 YEARS. 
ALSO OF ROSE EDWARDS, SISTER OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE APRIL 6 th 1 854 
AGED 79 YEARS. 



SACRED 
TO 

THE MEMORY OF 
THOMAS STANFORD 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
MARCH I st 1853 
AGED 49 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF MARY, ELDEST DAUGHTER 
OF 

JOHN AND MARY STANFORD, 
LATE OF THIS PARISH 
SHE DEPARTED THIS LIFE 29™ AUGUST 1855 
AGED 57 YEARS. 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
EDWARD SEAMAN 

WHO DIED 
JUNE l6 TH 1869 
AGED 42 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
JONATHAN SEAMAN 
WHO DIED 25™ MARCH 1876 
AGED 74 YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ANN SEAMAN 
WHO DIED 8 th SEPTEMBER 1880 
AGED 80 YEARS. 



IN 

LOVING MEMORY OF 
HENRY SEAMAN 

WHO DIED 
14™ MAY 1884 
AGED 49 YEARS. 



IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
CHARLES STANFORD 
WHO DIED AT ASHBOCKING HALL MAY IO TH 1896 

IN HIS 85™ YEAR. 
FOR 6l YEARS CHURCHWARDEN OF THIS PARISH. 



IN LOVING MEMORY 
OF 

MARY ANNE SEAMAN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
DEC R I st 1897 
IN THE 67™ YEAR OF HER AGE. 



IN 
LOVING 
MEMORY OF 
CHARLES STANFORD 
SON OF 

C. FREDERIC AND FANNY STANFORD 

OF WICKHAM MARKET 
WHO WAS DROWNED AT MUNDESLEY, 
IN NORFOLK 
AUGUST 20 TH 1899 
AGED 22 YEARS. 

Kindly copied for me from tombstones in Ashbocking 
Churchyard, Suffolk, by Miss Flora Macqteeen 
77 July iqoi. — F. A. C. 

5i 



Allix Family. 

St. CYRIAC and St. JULITTA, SWAFFHAM PRIOR, 
co. CAMBRIDGE. 

TO THE GLORY OF GOD. IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE 
OF CATHERINE, WIDOW OF ROBERT WILKINSON, ELDEST 
CHILD OF JOHN PETER ALLIX AND SARAH HIS WIFE. 
BORN I st DECEMBER 1783 DIED II th JANUARY 1873. 

Stained window^ East end of South aisle. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
JOHN PETER ALLIX ESQ. 
OF SWAFFHAM PRIOR HOUSE, IN THIS TOWN 
SON OF CHARLES ALLIX ESQ. OF 
THE SAME PLACE & OF CATHERINE 
DAUGHTER OF THOMAS GREEN D.D. 
BISHOP OF ELY. HE WAS GRANDSON OF 
PETER ALLIX D.D. DEAN OF ELY 
GREAT GRANDSON OF THE LEARNED 
PETER ALLIX, THE FIRST OF THE FAMILY 
WHO SETTLED IN ENGLAND, WHERE HE 
TOOK REFUGE FROM PERSECUTION FOR HIS 
ATTACHMENT TO THE PROTESTANT RELIGION. 
THEY WHO WERE ACQUAINTED WITH THE 
VIRTUES OF THE DECEASED, REQUIRE NOT THE 
TESTIMONY OF A MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTION 
AND THEY WHO WERE STRANGERS TO HIM 
WILL HARDLY RECEIVE FROM IT A DUE NOTION 
OF HIS WORTH. SUFFICE IT THEN TO SAY, THAT 
HE WAS A TRUE CHRISTIAN, BOTH IN PRIN- 
CIPLE AND IN PRACTICE. THAT HE WAS A 
DUTIFUL SON, AN AFFECTIONATE HUSBAND 
A KIND FATHER, AND A FAITHFUL FRIEND, 
THAT NEITHER HIS CHARITY TO THE POOR, 
NOR HIS HOSPITALITY TO HIS EQUALS, 
HAD ANY OTHER LIMIT, THAN IN THE MEANS 

WHICH HE POSSESSED OF GRATIFYING THE 
BENEVOLENCE OF HIS HEART. HE WAS BORN 
NOV R 8 th 1749 & DIED MAY 1 5™ 1807. 



SACRED 
TO THE 
MEMORY OF 
SARAH, RELICT OF 
J. P. ALLIX ESQ. 
DIED FEB Y 3 rd 1836 
IN THE 
77 T " YEAR OF HER 
AGE. 

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SACRED 
TO THE 
MEMORY OF 
J. P. ALLIX ESQ. 
SON OF 
J. P. AND SARAH ALLIX 
DIED FEB: 19™ 1848 
AGED 62 YEARS 
HE REPRESENTED 
THIS COUNTY IN 
PARLIAMENT 
HE WAS DEEPLY REGRETTED FOR 
HIS MANY AND GREAT 
VIRTUES, AND BELOVED 
BY ALL WHO KNEW HIM. 



SACRED 
TO THE 
MEMORY OF 
MARIA, RELICT OF 
J. P. ALLIX ESQ. 
DAUGHTER OF THE LATE 
JOHN PARDOE ESQ. 
OF LEYTON, ESSEX. 
DIED MAY 21 st 1854. 
AGED 63 YEARS. 

These four inscriptions painted on wall in Allix Pew. 



St. MARY'S, SWAFFHAM PRIOR, co. CAMBRIDGE. 

THIS EAST WINDOW WAS ERECTED TO THE GLORY OF 
GOD AND THE MEMORY OF MATILDA ROBERTS BY 
HER SISTER JULIANA ALLIX. OCTOBER 1 878. 

East window. 



TO THE GLORY OF GOD IN MEMORY OF MARY CATHARINE 
ELIZABETH ALLIX. DIED MARCH IIII, MDCCCXLII WIFE 
OF COLONEL CHARLES ALLIX BY WHOM THIS STAINED 
GLASS WINDOW IS ERECTED. 

Window in South chancel wall. 



53 



Brass plate underneath window : 



THIS PAINTED WINDOW WAS ERECTED BY COLONEL CHARLES ALLIX 1 843 TO THE GLORY 
OF GOD, AND A TRIBUTE OF LOVE, AFFECTION AND RESPECT, TO A TRULY LOVED AND TRULY 
AMIABLE WIFE, WHO DIED SOON AFTER GIVING BIRTH TO HER I st CHILD IN 1842. 



" THIS WINDOW WAS ERECTED BY 
CHARLES PETER ALLIX, TO THE GLORY OF GOD 

AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF HIS FATHER 
COLONEL CHARLES ALLIX OF SWAFFHAM HOUSE, 
LATE OF THE GRENADIER GUARDS IN WHICH 
REGIMENT HE SERVED IN THE WALCHEREN EXPEDITION, 
THE PENINSULAR WAR, AND AT WATERLOO. 
BORN AP. 24, 1787. DIED AP. 24, 1862 A.D. R.I. P. 
THIS WINDOW WAS REMOVED FROM THE 
CHURCH OF S T CYRIAC TOGETHER WITH 
THE OTHER SOUTH CHANCEL WINDOW. 
XMAS 1878 A.D." 

Window in South wall of chancel. 



IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
EDWARD GORDON YOUNG 
CAPTAIN OF THE ROYAL ENGINEERS WHO DIED 
ON ACTIVE SERVICE DURING THE TRANSVAAL WAR 
OF 1899 AND 1900 AT K1MBERLEY, S. AB'RICA 
OF PNEUMONIA AND HEART FAILURE, FOLLOWING 
ON ENTERIC FEVER, ON JUNE 5™ 1900, AGED 32. 
HE WAS IN CHARGE OF SOME OF THE ADVANCED TRENCHES 
AT THE BATTLE OF PAARDEBURG, AND WAS PRESENT AT 
THE SURRENDER OF GEN L CRONJE, AND IN SEVERAL MINOR 
ENGAGEMENTS. HE, WITH HIS COMPANY, WAS THE FIRST 
OF THE UNMOUNTED TROOPS WITH THE GUARDS, AFTER 
A FORCED MARCH, TO ENTER BLOEM FONTEIN. 
HE MARRIED IN 1897, ISABELLA MAUDE 2 nd DAU. OF C. P. ALLIX ESQ. 
THIS TABLET IS ERECTED BY HER, AND HIS SORROWING MOTHER. 
" FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH " 
REQUIESCAT IN PACE. 



Brass Tablet on South wall of chancel. 



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ROBERTS MEMORIAL RESTORATION 
OF S. MARY'S CHURCH 
SWAFFHAM PRIOR. 
THE CHANCEL, VESTRY, AND ORGAN- 
CHAMBER WERE COMPLETED 
XMAS 1878 A.D. TO THE GLORY OF GOD 
AND IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE OF 

MATILDA ROBERTS 
BY HER NEPHEW CHARLES PETER ALLIX 
AND OTHERS 
BORN MARCH 5, 1794. DIED MAY 17, 1877. 
R. I. P. 

Brass Tablet on North wall of chancel. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY 
OF 

MARIANNE ALLIX 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JUNE 16, 1867. 
AGED 65. 

Marble Tablet on West wall of nave ( South 
side of tower arch ). 



TO THE MEMORY OF 
GEORGE GILBERT, THOMAS, WAGER AND WILLIAM 
SONS OF THE LATE JOHN PETER ALLIX ESQ R 
OF THIS PARISH 
THEY ALL SUNK IN EARLY YOUTH 
THE PRIDE AND THE REGRET OF THEIR WIDOW'd MOTHER 
GEORGE GILBERT DIED DEC R 20 th 1 795 
AGED THREE YEARS. 
THOMAS AGED 1 8 
EXHAUSTED BY A LINGERING ILLNESS 
DIED AT BRISTOL THE 29™ OF SEPT R 1809 
AND IS BURIED IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF 
ST. AUGUSTINE IN THAT CITY. 
WAGER AGED 13 DIED IN CONSEQUENCE OF A FALL 
THE 8 th OF FEBRUARY 1812 
& IS INTERR'D IN THIS PLACE. 
WILLIAM AGED 23 
A LIEUTENANT IN THE 95™ REG T 
FELL AT THE SIEGE OF BADAJOZ IN SPAIN 
THE 6 th OF APRIL l8l2. 
BRAVELY VINDICATING THE INSULTED RIGHTS 
OF ALL NATIONS, 
AGAINST THE TYRANNY & OPPRESSION 
OF THE FRENCH. 

Stone on floor of nave. 

55 



HERE LIES THE EODY 
OF JOHN PETER ALLIX ESQ. 
OF SWAFFHAM HOUSE IN THIS TOWN 
SON OF CHARLES ALLIX OF THE SAME PLACE, 
AND OF CATHARINE 
DAUGHTER OF THOMAS GREEN D.D. BISHOP OF ELY 
HE WAS GRANDSON OF PETER ALLIX D.D. DEAN OF ELY 
GREAT GRANDSON OF THE LEARNED PETER ALLIX 
THE FIRST OF THE FAMILY 
WHO SETTLED IN ENGLAND, WHERE HE TOOK REFUGE 
FROM PERSECUTION FOR HIS ATTACHMENT 
TO THE PROTESTANT RELIGION. 
THEY WHO WERE ACQUAINTED 
WITH THE VIRTUES OF THE DECEASED 
REQUIRE NOT THE TESTIMONY 
OF A MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTION 
AND THEY WHO WERE STRANGERS TO HIM 
WILL HARDLY RECEIVE FROM IT 
A DUE NOTION OF HIS WORTH 
SUFFICE IT THEN TO SAY 
THAT HE WAS A TRUE CHRISTIAN 
THAT HE WAS A DUTIFUL SON 
AN AFFECTIONATE HUSBAND 
A KIND FATHER 
AND A FAITHFUL FRIEND 
THAT NEITHER HIS CHARITY TO THE POOR 
NOR HIS HOSPITALITY TO HIS EQUALS 
HAD ANY OTHER LIMIT 
THAN IN THE MEANS WHICH HE POSSESSED 
OF GRATIFYING 
THE BENEVOLENCE OF HIS HEART. 
HE WAS BORN NOV R 8 th 1 749 
AND DIED MAY 1 5™ 1807. 
IN THIS VAULT LIE THE REMAINS OF 
SARAH, RELICT OF 
J. P. ALLIX ESQ. 
DIED FEB: 3 rd 1836 
IN THE 77™ YEAR OF HER AGE. 
SACRED TO THE MEMORY 
OF 

THE REV D WILLIAM COLLIER M.A. 
THIRTY FIVE YEARS RESIDENT VICAR 
OF THESE PARISHES 
WHOSE EVEN TEMPER 
SOUND JUDGEMENT & BENEVOLENT HEART 

render'd HIM 

NOT ONLY A VALUABLE RELATION 
BUT A READY & TRUE FRIEND 
TO ALL HIS FLOCK. 
HE DEPARTED THIS LIFE 4™ OCT R 
A.D. 1787. 
IN THE 67™ YEAR OF HIS AGE. 



56 



ALSO OF 
SARAH COLLIER WIFE OF 
THE REV D WILLIAM COLLIER 
SHE DEPARTED THIS LIFE 27™ AUG ST 1 79 1 
AGED 67 YEARS. 

Altar Tomb over vault in nave. 

These inscriptions were kindly copied for me by 
William Staples Pratte, M.A., 14 February 
igoi.—Y. A. C. 



Lillingston and Sftooner Families. 

SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
ABRAHAM SPOONER LILLINGSTON 
ESQUIRE 

ELDEST SON OF ISAAC AND BARBARA SPOONER 
WHO TOOK THE NAME AND ARMS OF LILLINGSTON 
BY SIGN MANUEL ON HIS MARRIAGE 
IN THE YEAR MDCCXCVII 
HE DIED ON THE XXIX th OF MAY MDCCCXXXIV 
IN THE LXIV™ OF HIS AGE. 
POSSESSED OF A PECULIARLY ENERGETIC AND INVESTIGATING MIND 
HE DEVOTED MUCH OF HIS TIME TO SCIENTIFIC AND PHILOSOPHICAL PURSUITS 
HE HAD FLED TO CHRIST HIS SAVIOUR 
FOR PARDON AND ACCEPTANCE WITH GOD, 
AND HENCE HIS CHIEF AIM WAS TO DO GOOD TO BOTH THE BODIES AND 
SOULS OF ALL AROUND HIM, AND TO LIVE TO THE GLORY OF GOD 
THUS PREPARING DAILY FOR DEATH AND ETERNITY 
HAVING RECEIVED A FATAL BLOW BY A TREE ROLLING ON HIM 
IN THE ROAD NEAR WHAR HALL IN THIS PARISH 
WHICH STUNNED HIM FOR A TIME ; BUT PERFECTLY RECOVERING HIS 
SENSES HE LIVED FOR ABOUT AN HOUR 
AND THOUGH FULLY AWARE THAT HE COULD NOT LONG SURVIVE 
HE REPEATEDLY EXPRESSED HIS PERFECT CONFIDENCE IN HIS SAVIOUR 
AND HIS ENTIRE RESIGNATION TO THE WILL OF GOD 
CALMLY EXHORTING THOSE AROUND HIM TO SEEK PARDON 
THROUGH THE SAME BLESSED REDEEMER : EXPRESSING THE 
INWARD CONSOLATION WHICH HE DERIVED 
FROM DEPENDENCE ON HIM, 
AND HIS STEDFAST TRUST THAT THE LORD JESUS CHRIST 
WOULD PRESENT HIM WITHOUT SPOT OR BLEMISH 
BEFORE THE LORD HIS GOD. 
THE MOMENT BEFORE HE EXPIRED, HE FERVENTLY EXCLAIMED 
MAY THE LORD JESUS CHUIST RECEIVE MY SPIRIT. 
SURROUNDED BY MANY WITNKSSES OF HIS RESIGNED AND PEACEFUL DEATH 
HE EXPIRED IN THE SOUTH LAWN AS HE WAS BEING 
CARRIED TO THE HOUSE, LAMENTED MOST DEEPLY BY HIS FAMILY 
AND ALL WHO KNEW HIM, BUT MORE ESPECIALLY BY THE POOR. 

57 



ALSO OF 

ELIZABETH MARY AGNES LILLINGSTON 
WIFE OF ABRAHAM SPOONER LILLINGSTON ESQUIRE 
ONLY CHILD AND SOLE HEIRESS OF LUKE LILLINGSTON ESQUIRE 
OF FERRIBY GRANGE AND KIRBY GRINDALITH 
IN THE COUNTY OF YORK. 
AT THE FORMER PLACE THE MONUMENTS STILL EXIST 
SHE WAS A MOST AFFECTIONATE WIFE AND MOTHER 
FONDLY BELOVED BY HER OWN FAMILY, 
AND ENDEARED TO ALL WHO KNEW HER, 
BY HER PECULIARLY AMIABLE AND CHRISTIAN TEMPER AND DISPOSITION 

SHE LIVED IN THE FEAR AND LOVE OF GOD LOOKING 
STEDFASTLY TO THE LORD JESUS CHRIST AS HER LORD AND SAVIOUR, 

DURING AN ILLNESS OF SOME MONTHS HER MIND 
CALMLY REPOSED ON THE HOPE THAT WAS LAID UP FOR HER IN HEAVEN, 

SHE DIED WITHOUT TERROR OR ALARM IN FULL TRUST AND 
CONFIDENCE IN HER REDEEMER ON THE VI th OF JANUARY MDCCCXXX 
IN THE LIX TH YEAR OF HER AGE. 
THIS LADY WAS THE GREAT GREAT GRAND DAUGHTER 
AND SOLE REPRESENTATIVE OF COLONEL HENRY LILLINGSTON, 
OF THE HAGUE AND AFTERWARDS AT BOTTISFORD 
IN LINCOLNSHIRE AND FERRIBY GRANGE IN THE COUNTY OF YORK, 
WHO DISTINGUISHED HIMSELF WHILE SERVING UNDER 
GENERAL MONK DURING THE CIVIL WARS. 



IN MEMORY 
OF 

THE BELOVED 
EDWARD LILLINGSTON, M.A. 
(YOUNGEST SON OF THE LATE 
ABRAHAM SPOONER LILLINGSTON 
OF ELMDON HALL) 
FOR FORTY YEARS A FAITHFUL AMBASSADOR 
OF THE GOSPEL OF THE GRACE OF GOD, 
HE ENTERED INTO REST AT CHELTENHAM 
APRIL 19™ 1875, AGED 64. 
ALSO OF 
MORETON ADEN LEY, 
FOURTH AND DEARLY LOVED SON OF THE ABOVE J 
WHO DIED AT EDGBASTON NOVEMBER 2 nd 1862 
AGED 6 YEARS. 
THEIR REMAINS 
LIE IN THE FAMILY VAULT BENEATH THIS CHURCH. 



58 



IN LOVING MEMORY OF LYDIA MARY LILLINGSTON 
FOURTH DAUGHTER OF THE LATE 
REV ND GEORGE AND OF BARBARA LILLINGSTON 
BORN MAY 22, 1840. "FELL ASLEEP IN JESUS." AUG. 12, 1882. 

SHE LIVED 

REJOICING IN HOPE, PATIENT IN TRIBULATION, CONTINUING INSTANT IN PRAYER. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ISAAC SPOONER ESQUIRE 
SECOND SON OF ISAAC AND BARBARA SPOONER 
MANY YEARS AN ACTIVE MAGISTRATE 
OF THIS COUNTY 
OF HIGH HONOUR AND STRICT INTEGRITY 
HE COMMANDED RESPECT AND ESTEEM 
IN EVERY RELATION OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LIFE 
HE DIED DEEPLY LAMENTED BY 
HIS WIDOW AND SURVIVING CHILDREN TO WHOM 
HE WAS MOST AFFECTIONATELY ATTACHED 
IN THE FIRM HOPE AND TRUST OF SALVATION 
THROUGH THE MERITS ALONE OF JESUS CHRIST 
HIS REDEEMER ON THE XII th OF JANUARY MDCCCXLIX 
AGED LXXIV YEARS. 
HE IS BURIED IN A VAULT BENEATH THIS CHURCH 
WITH TWO OF HIS CHILDREN BARBARA AND JOHN 
WHO DIED YOUNG. 
ALSO IN MEMORY OF ELIZ TH LUCY HIS BELOVED 

AND DEVOTED WIFE DURING XLII YEARS 
WHO DIED IN LIKE FAITH AND HOPE ON THE 
IO TH OF OCTOBER MDCCCLIV. AGED LXXII YEARS. 



IN MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM SPOONER 
ELDEST SON OF THE VENERABLE 
ARCHDEACON SPOONER RECTOR OF 
ELMDON, BORN JULY 1 4, l8ll DIED MAY 
19, 1880 BURIED IN THE CHURCHYARD OF 
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH BERKSWICH C° STAFFORD 
HE WAS FOR 18 YEARS JUDGE OF C° COURTS 
FOR NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE, WINNING DURING 
THAT TIME, THE AFFECTION OF ALL BY HIS 
UNVARYING KINDNESS AND COURTESY. 



59 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
ABRAHAM SPOONER THE YOUNGER, ESQ RE 

IF THIS WORTHY YOUNG MAN 
HAD BEEN AS HAPPY IN THE BLESSING OF HEALTH, 
AS IN THE BLESSING OF AN HONEST HEART AND 
A GOOD UNDERSTANDING, HE (DOUBTLESS) WOULD 
HAVE BEEN AS CONSPICUOUS FOR HIS HONOUR AND 
INTEGRITY, IN THE DISCHARGE OF THE DUTIES OF 

PUBLIC LIFE, AS IN PRIVATE LIFE 
HE WAS REMARKABLE FOR HIS RESIGNATION AND 
PATIENCE, UNDER THE MELANCHOLY EXPERIENCE 
OF SELDOM CEASING SICKNESS AND PAIN; WHICH 
(EVERY MEANS OF HEALTH BEING TRIED IN VAIN) 
PUT A PERIOD TO HIS LIFE, AND AFFECTIONS, THE 

25™ DAY OF NOVEMBER 1 77 7 

IN THE 32 nd YEAR OF HIS AGE. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
ANNE, WIFE OF 
ABRAHAM SPOONER 
OF ELMDON ESQ. AND DAUGHTER 

OF RICHARD KNIGHT OF 
DOWNTON IN HEREFORDSHIRE ESQ. 
SHE DIED AT ELMDON 
OCT R 27, 1783 AGED 75. 
THE MILD AND AMIABLE 
QUALITIES OF HER MIND 
RENDERED HER DEAR TO HER 

HUSBAND, CHILDREN, AND 
ACQUAINTANCE, WHO REGRET 
THE LOSS OF A TENDER 

AFFECTIONATE WIFE 
MOTHER AND FRIEND. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
ABRAHAM SPOONER ESQ RE 
WHO PURCHASED THIS MANOR IN 1 760 
REBUILT THIS CHURCH IN 1 78 1 
AND DIED 6 th MAY 1 788 

m: 98. 

on the death of his elder brother 
isaac spooner esq. 
who was buried 
in the centre aisle of 
aston church in 1 727 

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HE SUCCEEDED 
TO THE ESTATES OF HIS FATHER 
ABRAHAM SPOONER ESQ. 

WHO WAS BURIED 
IN THE SOUTH AISLE OF 
SAINT MARTINS CHURCH 
BIRMINGHAM 
IN 170I. 



IN MEMORY OF 
THE VENERABLE 
WILLIAM SPOONER M.A. 
FOURTH SON OF 
ISAAC AND BARBARA SPOONER 
WHO DIED 2 nd SEP R 1 85 7 AGED 79. 
FOR 55 YEARS RECTOR 
OF THIS PARISH 
AND ARCHDEACON OF COVENTRY 
FROM 1824 TO 1851, A.D. 
HIS WIFE 
ANNA MARIA SIDNEY 
FIFTH DAUGHTER OF 
SIR LUCIUS O'BRIEN 
OF DROMOLAND, COUNTY CLARE, BAR T 
DIED 24™ DEC R 1846, AGED 63, 
BY HER HE HAD IO CHILDREN 
WHO ALL SURVIVE TO BLESS GOD 
FOR PARENTS WISE AND LOVING 
WHO LIVED AND DIED IN THE 
FAITH OF THE LORD JESUS CHRIST. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
ELIZA 

YOUNGEST DAUGHTER OF 
ISAAC AND BARBARA SPOONER 
INFLUENCED BY THE GRACE OF GOD 
SHE EARLY SOUGHT HIM 
AS HER PORTION; 
AND SUPPORTED BY THE SAVIOUR 
IN WHO SHE BELIEVED, PASSED 
UNDISMAYED THE VALE OF DEATH, 
CALMLY RESIGNING HER SPIRIT 

INTO HIS HANDS. 
TO THE INEXPRESSIBLE GRIEF 
OF HER MOTHER, THIS DUTIFUL 
AND AFFECTIONATE DAUGHTER 
DIED SEPTEMBER 3 rd 1817 
, AGED 36 YEARS. 



1 



ISAAC SPOONER 
ESQUIRE 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
IN THE FAITH AND LOVE OF HIS 
GOD AND SAVIOUR 
TRUSTING ONLY IN HIM 
AND LOOKING FOR THE MERCY OF 
OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST 
UNTO ETERNAL LIFE. 
EXEMPLARY IN ALL RELATIVE DUTIES 
HE DEPARTED WITH THE REGRET 
OF ALL WHO KNEW HIM ; BUT ESPECIALLY 
OF HIS FAMILY 
HIS AFFLICTED WIDOW, HAVING 
FOR FORTY-SIX YEARS EXPERIENCED 
HIS AFFECTIONATE KINDNESS, 
MUST TO HER LATEST DAY LAMENT HER LOSS \ 
BUT IS CONSOLED WITH THE HOPE 
OF SOON MEETING HIM AGAIN 
IN THE PRESENCE OF THEIR 
REDEEMER 
HE DIED JUNE I ST l8l6 
HAVING COMPLETED HIS 8o TH YEAR. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY 
OF 

BARBARA 
HIS WIFE 
WHO SURVIVED 
HER BELOVED HUSBAND TEN YEARS 
AND DIED MARCH THE 26™ 1826 
HAVING NEARLY COMPLETED 
HER 80™ YEAR. 
IN THANKFUL RELIANCE ON THE MERITS 
OF JESUS CHRIST HER LORD, 
SHE DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THROUGH HIM, OF ETERNAL SALVATION. 
IT WAS THE CONSTANT AND EARNEST PRAYER 
OF THIS MOST AFFECTIONATE WIFE AND MOTHER 
THAT ALL HER CHILDREN 
(SIX SONS AND FOUR DAUGHTERS) 
MIGHT, TOGETHER WITH THEIR PARENTS, 
PARTAKE IN HEAVEN OF THE JOY 
OF THEIR REDEEMER'S PRESENCE. 
SHE WAS THE ELDEST DAUGHTER OF 
SIR HENRY GOUGH BAR T 
OF EDGBASTON IN THIS COUNTY 
AND SISTER TO THE FIRST LORD CALTHORPE. 
THE ORGAN IN THIS CHURCH 
AND THE COMMUNION PLATE 
WERE GIVEN BY HER. 



HE BUILT THE MANSION HOUSE 
AT THIS PLACE; AND FINISHED IT 
IN THE YEAR 1795. 

The foregoing inscriptions were very kindly copied for me 
by the Rev. Harrison Goodenough Hayter, Rector 
of Elmdon, co. Warwick, 25 July igoi. — F. A. C. 



Carles, Smith and Wood Families. 

Richard Carles Born on Thursday the 6 th of Nov r 1677 ab 1 9 o'clock in 
the morning. 

He married M rs Ann Moseley 16 Feb* 171 2 He had by her Walter 

Carles who was born on thursday 27 of may 17 14 ab' one o th clock 

in the afternoon. 
She dyed on Saturday y e 28 th of may 17 15 (ann. retat. suse 27) 
He married M rs Eliz : Gibbons Widow on Wednesday 7th of May 17 18 

She was born July 30 th 1682. 
He had by her Anne Carles who was born on Saturday sixteenth Janv 

174° at one o th clock in the morning. 
Jane Carles who was born on Sunday the tenth of Decern' 1721 ab' a 

quarter after nine o th clock at night afterward married to the Rev* 1 

D r Smith, by whom she had two children Richard & Jenny as on 

the opposite Page. 
Dorothy Carles who was born on friday 29th of July 1726 a little before 

ten o th clock in the morning ab' ten minutes before ten. 

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The children of Joseph & Eliz : Gibbons were born the day & years 

following, viz': Elizabeth 28 June 1705. 
John 4th April 1707. 
Richard 27th March 1708. 
Eliz. 15 th July 1709. 
Mary 13 th Aug' 17 12. 
Joseph 11 Aug 1 1 7 12. 

The above mentiond Joseph Gibbons dyed 18 Jany 17 14. 

Rich d Carles Smith son of Rich d Carles & Mary Smith born on the 25 

of December 1775. 
E d Hector Wood had the measels oct. 1798 at the school of the Rev d 

M r Lamphiere Abingdon. 
Ric Carles Smith Son of Edward and Jane Smith was born April 16th 

i75*: , . 

Jenny Smith daughter of Edward and Jane Smith was born November 
6 th before two or three o th clock in the morning 1754. Married 
December the * 3 d 1773 to Sutton Thomas Wood of S' Giles's 
Oxford. 

Jenny Smith Wood, daughter of Sutton Thomas Wood and Jenney his 
wife, born Sep r Eighteenth a quarter before nine o th Clock in ye 
morning Baptizid Sep r 21 st 1774. 

February 24, 1776 born Sutton Thomas Wood son of Sutton Thomas 
& Jenny Wood. 

Sep r 28 th 1777 Born Charles Wood Son of Sutton Thomas Wood & 
Jenny his wife privately baptized. 

April 4 th 1779 Born Elizabeth Mary daughter of Sutton Thomas Wood 
& Jenny his wife ab l nine at night being Easter Sunday. 

Edward Hector Wood Son of Sut" Tho s & Jenny Wood was born near 
\ past 11 o'clock on y e 2 2 d March 1790. 

Jenny Smith Wood was born 48 minutes after eight in the morning 
Sunday Sep r 18 th 1774. 

The Godmothers Her great Grand-Mother M rs Pope, & Her Grand- 
Mother M rs Wood, Her Godfather, Her Grand-father D r Smith. 

Sutton Thomas was born between 8 & 9 o'clock in the evening February 
24, 1776, Saturday. His Godfathers His cousin James Sayer, and 
John Monro Esq res His Godmother Elizabeth Pope Wood his 
aunt. 

Charles was born Sep r 21, 1777, Sunday 10 o clock at night. His 
Godfathers, M r Wood His Grandfather, & M r Holmes of Brazen 
Nose. His Godmother, M rs Sangford. died Novem r 19, 1777, 
Bur d in S' Giles's Church. 

Elizabeth Mary Wood born April 4, 1 1 oclock in the evening on Easter 
Sunday 1779. Her Godmothers M rs Wall & M ,s Turner. Her 
Godfather M r Burton, Brazen Nose. 

Charles William Wood was Born Aug st 28, 1780 at 25 minutes past 
eight o'Clock Monday morning & was privately baptiz'd. Sep- 
tember His Godmother Miss Elizabeth Halse. His Godfathers 
The Rev d M r Highbury of Bal : Coll : and W m H. Warren of Christ 
Church Was publickly baptiz'd November i st at S' Giles died at 2 
o clock Saturday morn. 23 of Dec r 1780 & was Buried on X mas 
Day in S' Giles' s Churchyard by its dear deceased brother. 

Feb. & March 1786 Eliza & Sutton had the Measles and by the 
Permission of y e Supreme did well. 

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Edward Hector Wood was born near | past n o'clock on the 2 2 d 
March 1790 His God Fathers Rev d W. Landon & Rev" 1 J. L. 
Warren His God-Mother M rs Sayer. 

Had y e small Pox in 1793. 

Francis Smith born February the 7, 1679 on a monday forty six 

minutes after six in the morning. 
Sarah Smith the wife of Francis Smith born the 7 th of September 1678. 
Sarah Smith Her book September the 17 th 17 10. 

I give this Book to my Daughter Isabel Sanders, P. B. Brodie, 

Rowington, Nov r 10, 1896. 
This Bible came to me by right of my mother & the names in it are all 

her family relatives. 

P. B. Brodie, Vicar of Rowington. 

From a Bible printed in London by Robert Barker, 
1605, and bound in white vellum, in possession 
of Mrs. Sanders of Alvestoti Manor, co. 
Warwick. These notes were kindly sent me 
by the Rev. James Harvey Bloom, Rector of 
Whitchurch, co. Warwick. — F. A. C. 



Newman Family. 

The 4 th of march 1662 my wife mary departed this liufe boinge aged 

45 yeares : and marryed to my selfe 23 years and 8 monthes. 
The 30 th of maije 1664 I was married to Susan my wife. 
The 3 d of septtemB 1665 my Sone Thomas died being the time of the 

great plauge in and About London. 
This Book I giue to Tho: Newman My sone after my Decess. The 

Lord giue him a hart to make it profitable to him. 
The 15 th of march 1639 my daughter Marry was borne. 
The 25 th of January 1641 my Sonne Edward was Borne. 
The 13 th of October 1648 my Sonne Thomas was Borne. 
Y e 13 th of August 1652 my daughter paycienc was Borne. 
Y e first of Septtember 1665 my Sonne Thomas y e younger was Borne 

at 4 of y e Clock in the Afternoone bein Friday being in the mides 

of y e Great plauge. 
This Book I give to my Sonne Thomas whoe was Borne in the yeare 

1665 aboue writen. 
The 2 d of Septtember 1666 in the morning being Sabath day begaine 

that great and terable judgment by fire in the Citie of London to 

the great amasment of the beholders which continued tell wensday 

night following. 

Martha Richards was born november the 24 day At 5 In the eavin 1721. 
Susanner Bishup Born July y e 30 att 6 In the morning 1742. 

From a Bible, "Imprinted at London by the Deputies 
of Christopher Barker, Printer to the Qucenes 
most Excellent Majestic, 1599. — F. A. C. 



64 



Gifford Family. 



John Gifford CI: M.A. Rector of Mainston & M rs Elizabeth Wollaston 
Were Married Jan 1 "? 24, 1709-10 by M r S: Billingsly Vicar of 
Bps Castle in the presence of M r Richard Wollaston her 
father & M rs Laetitia Wollaston her sister & Robert Minton Parish 
Clerk. 

John the son of John & Elizabeth Gifford was Born April 29 being 
Sunday at 5 in the Morning 17 n Bapt: May 2 d . My father in 
Law & Br: in Law Lloyd & M rs Brown of Bps Castle being 
Sponsors, this son died Sept r 12, 1730 haveing been two Years at 
Oxford. 

Laetitia the daughter of John & Eliza Gifford Born Sept r 3 d being 
Wednsday twixt 10 & 11 in y e forenoon, Bapt : Sept r 16. 
Th: Edwards Esq r M rs Milward & Mother Wollaston, Sponsors. 
1 712 at Bps Castle. 

Elizabeth the daughf of J: & E: Gifford Born Jan 1 "*" 30 being Sunday 
betwixt ten & Elevn in the forenoon & Baptizd Feb r 8, 17 14-15 at 
Bps Castle. M rs Dorothy Jones, Sister Lloyd & B r John Wollaston, 
Sponsors. 

Mary the daughter of J: & E: Gifford Born March 31 at 32 Minutes 
after Sevn at Night Friday & Bapt: April 13, 172 1. B r M r Richard 
Wollaston, Represented by B r John & M rs Morris of y e hall & 
M 1 " 5 Cole, Sponsors. 

Euphemia the daughter of J: & E: Gifford Born Wednsday July 2 2 d 
betwixt 25 & 26 Minutes after 12 at Noon & Bapt: Aug st I st 1724 
father Wollaston M rs Abley & My Aunt Brown, Wife to Capt n 
Brown of Edinburgh, Represented by M rs Pugh, Sponsors. 

Richard the son of J: & E: Gifford, Born Sunday, dec r 26 ab l 17 
Minutes past ten in the forenoon & Bapt: dec r 27, 1725. Father 
& B r John W: & his Wife, Sponsors. 

James the son of J: & E: Gifford Born Saturday Oct r 14 at half hour 
after 8 aclock at Night Bapt: Oct r 15, 1727. Father & Mother & 
B r J: W: Sponsors. Mem dm father was Represented by M r W m 
Farmer of Knuck. at Mainston. 
An Account of Marriages & deaths of J: & E: G — s Children. 

Elizabeth Gifford My Second daughter Married to M r Francis Dike of 
Mainston February 21, i73f. 

Mary Gifford My third daughter Married to M r Thomas Reading 
August 4 th 1745. her Eldest, John Bulkley Gifford Reading born 
dec r 22, 1747. She died July 11, 1750 Suddenly. 

Laetitia My Eldest daughter Married to M r Peter Winstanley of London 
Goldsmith, her Eldest Child, Laetitia Gifford Winstanley, Born 
dec r 20, 1751. 

Elizabeth dike y e daughter of M r Francis dike & Elizabeth his Wife 

born Jan^ 7 th 173I Bapt: Jan^ 8 Buried Sep r 1, 174 . 
Sarah the daughter of s d M r Francis & Elizabeth dike born July 15 & 

Bapt: July 18, 1736. 
Charles the son of s d M r Francis & Elizabeth dike born & Bapt : April 5 th 

1740, Received into Church May 5. 
Francis the son of s d Francis & Elizabeth dike born & Bapt: June 17 

1744 pr: Bapt. 



Euphemia y e daughter of s d Francis & Elizabeth dike Born & Baptised 
October 2, 1748. 

From a Volume in my possession, containing the Book of Common 
Prayer and Bible with Apocrypha: "London, Printed by 
Charles Bill, and the Executrix of Thomas JVewcomb, 
deceas'd ; Printers to the Queens most Excellent Majesty. 
MZ>CCVf."—F.A.C. 



Brise Family. 

Joshua Brise Citizen and Salter of Lond n (Son of Shadrach Brise of 
Cavendish in Suff Gent & Eliz: his wife) was marryed the 11 th 
ffebry 17 13 To Elizabeth only child of Thomas Small of Deptford 
in y e County of Kent at y e parish Ch of S' Mary Le Bow Lond n by 
D r S. Bradford ReC there and had Issue. 

Elizabeth Born Nov r 8 th 17 14 in y e parish of S' Mild d Bread street 
Lond n & was Bap: Nov r 18, 17 14 by M r Sa: Wright & by him 
Registred in a Book kept for y' purpose for y e Dissent: Congregation 
in Blackfryers Lond n & Dyed the 25 Nov r 17 14 & was Buryed in 
the Vault in the same parish of S c Mild. 

Ann Born Sep r 19, 1715 in y e parish afores d & was Bap: Octob r 4, 17 15 
by M r Samuel Wright & Registred as aforesaid & Dyed the 23 d of 
Aug st 1748 & was Buryed in the Chancell at Clare the 29 of the 
same month. 

John Born March 30 th 17 17 in y e parish afores d was Bap: Apr 11 th 17 17 
by M r Sam : Wright & Registred as afores d Dyed -f- 9 th Jan 1 7 1 7 
and was Buryed in the Vault of the parish aforesaid. 

Elizabeth Born Sep r 24, 17 18 in the parish afores d was Bap: Octo r 6, 
1 7 18 by M r Samuel Wright & Registred as afores d 

Joshua Born Jan: 6 th 17 19 in the parish afores d was Bap: Jan 16 th by 
M r Sa: Wright & Registred as afores d Dyed at Clare in Suff: Sep r 
26, 1720 & was Buryed next to y e Chief Seat on y e N Side of the 
Chancell there. 

Shadrach Born June 4 th 1721 in y e parish afores d was Bap: June 15, 

1 72 1 by M r S: Wright & Registred as afores d Dyed at Clare May 
24, 1722 and was Buryed in the chauncel there. 

Joanna Born May 18 th 1722 in y e parish afores d was Bap: May 29 th 

1722 by M r Sam Wright & Registred as afores d Dyed at Clare 
December 28, 1722 & was Buryed in the Chauncel there. 

Frances Born July 2 5, 1 7 2 3 at Capenter's Hall in Lond" was Bap : there Aug 1 
5 th 1723 by M r Newman assistant to M r S. Wright & Reg d as afores d . 

Shadrach Born January 2 d 1724 at Clare was Bap : Jan 13, 1724 by M r 
Robert Wilson the Dissenting Minister there & by him Reg d in a 
book kept for y 1 purpose for y e Dissenting Congregation there. 

Mary Born DeC 18, 1729 at Clare was Bap Dec 25, 1729 by M r Rob* 
Wilson afors d & Reg: as afores d . 

Samuel Born Jan: 2 d 1732 at Clare was Baptized Jan 17 th 1732 by M r 
Ro: Wilson, Dissenting Minister now at Maiden & by him Registred 
in the same Register begun at Clare wherein the two Former 
Children were Registred. 

From a Bible, " Ca?nbridge : Printed by John Field, Printer to 
the Vniversitie, 1668," in tny possession. — F. A. C. 

66 



Knowlys Family. 





Richard Knowlys of= 
Coldasbe in Com : 
Nortfiton g l 



Robert Knowlys of=j=Dorothy da: of John 
Coldasbey. Barker of Ipswich 

in Com: Stiff: Ar. 



Robert Knowlys of=T=Martha da: & Coh: of 



Walton in Com : Suff : 
g l 1664. 



Tho : Knapp of Ipswich. 



Thomas sonne and 
heire, set: 20: An 1664. 



2. John. 

3. William. 

4. Richard. 

5. Charles. 



1. Martha. 

2. Katherine. 




Extracted from the Records of the College of Arms, London, and 
examined therewith, by me, this Qth day of October 1901. 




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Knolles 



Constancia uxor eius sepulta= 
in eccta Carmelitarum Lond. 



=Robtus Knolles Eques Ordinis Sci 
Georgij obijt a° 8 H. 4 seputus 
in eccta Carmelitarf Londini. 



I 



Ema filia & hseres vxor Jofiis 
Babington fil: 5 Jotiis Babington 
militis. 



Prudentia vx: 
Edri Andrews 
de com Northton. 



Johanna nupta Jofci Dorothea 
Shugbrugh de Nauesby vxor . . . 

in com Northton. Gibbes. 



I 

Margeria vxor Rici 
Edmonds Mercatoris 
stapul. 



Catherina nupta 
Francisco Belgraue 
de Leicestre. 



Robertus Knolles^ 
Alius quartus. 



^Dorothea filia & 
cohaer Jotris Barker 
de Ipswich in Suff. 



Francisca vxor 
Johis Baud de 
Rothwell. 



Rofctus Knolles 
filius & haeres. 



I I 
Johannes Elizabetha 



Juditha nup- 
ta Johi Cope 
de Copes Ashby. 



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Family. 



Ricus Forester=f= 



I 

Jolies Northcote=f Margeria filia 
Rici Forster. 



Johannes=j= 
Forester 



Thomas Knolles^ 
frater iunior. 



Isabella filia & 
haeres vnica. 



I 

Margeria fil: & haer 
vxor JoSis de Gand. 



Wittus Knolles=r= 
filius secundus. 



Johannes Knolles 
filius & haeres s.p. 



Johanes Knolles=f= 



Rogerus Knolles= 



T 



filia 



BaronisdeHilton. 



Johannes de Gande 
a quo Withypole. 

I 

Wittus Haldenby=r= 

I ' 

I I 
Wittus Haldenby=f= Elizabetha 
vxor Henrici 
Hatton. _ 



Rogerus Knolles= 
de Cold Ashby. 



=Eliza6 fil: Wifti Caue 
consanguinea & haeres 
Humfri Caue de 



Jofies Haldenby=j=Catherina 
Grey. 



Maria nup- 

ta 

Foxley. 



I 

Ricus Knolles= 
of Cold Ashby 
6 Nov: 1580. 



=Fran fil: & haer 
Johis Haldenby. 



Anna vx: Johis Rogerus Knolles=j=Catherina fil: Faustini 



Shugburgh 
de West Haddon. 



de Cold Ashby 
in com : Nortliton. 



Feildinge de Sutto 
Bonington. 



Haldenby 
filius 2. 



I 

Edwardus 3. 



I.I I I. 

Cathenna Ricus Knolles Rogerus 2 Francisca 

2. 



Extracted from the Collections of Augustine Vincent, in the College of Arms, 
London, and examined therewith, by me, this gth day of October 1901. 




69 




Knowlys Family. 



To all and singuler as well 
Nobles and Jentylls as others to 
home thies present^ shall come 
besene red herd or Vnderstanded 
I S r Gilbert Dethicke knight ats 
Garter princypall kinge of Armes 
send greetinge in ou r Lord 
god everlastinge fforasmvch as 
Auncyently from the begeninge 
the Valyent and Vertouse actes 
of worthy parsons have byne 
comended to the world and 
posterytie w* sondrye monew- 
mentf and remembraunces of ther 
good desertf Emongst the w c he 
the chefest and most Vseall hathe 
byne the beringe of Signes in 
shildf called Armes beinge none 
other then demonstracyons and 
tokens of prowysse and Valoir 



dyversly distrybuted accordinge to the qualyties and desertf of the 
parsons merytinge the same to the intent that suche as by there vertuse 
dow ad and showe forthe to the advancement of the comon well the shigne 
of ther good Lyffe and conversacyon in Dayle practis of thingf Worthy 
and comendable maye therfor receve dew hono r in there Lyves and also 
deryve and contynew the same successiuely to ther posterytie for ever 
Emongste the w ch nomber Rychard knowlys of Coldasby in the county 
of northampton gent who was the sonne of Roger knowlys of the said 
county a foresayd is descended of A Worshipfull Lynage and his 
Auncesters beinge the berars of thies tokens and Armes of hono r and 
yet he not knowinge in what maner his said Auncesters dyd vse and 
bere the same nor what crest or cognisaunce there vnto belongethe 
hathe instantly requiryd me the said garter princypall kinge of Armes 
to assigne and set forthe vnto him and his posterytie thies ther said 
Awnsyent Armes so as he and the maye lawfully bere the same w'out 
the preiudice or offence to any other parson in consideracyon whereof 
and at his instant request I the said garter et c have assigned ratifyed 
confirmed and set forthe vnto him [and] his posterytie thies ther said 
Armes w' helme mantellf torce and crest to be borne in maner and 
forme herein declarid vid : gules on a chevorn ar 3 roses of the first on 
a canton of the second a flewerdelice of the fild and to his crest vpon a 
helme on a torse ar g An Olyvantf hed or issuinge out of a crowne g 
manteled g dob: argent all w ch said Armes and crest I the said Garter 
et c by power and autorytie of my office to me comytted by letters 
pattent( j vnder the great sele of England have assigned geven and 
granted vnto him and his posterytie for ever and he and the the same 
to have hold vse bere and showe forth in shild cote armor or other wise 
at his and ther lybertie and plesure w l out the impediment let or 
interuption of any other parson or parsons In wytnesse whereoff I the 



70 



said Garter et c have signed this presentf w l my one hand and have set 
to the sele of my Office w 4 the sele of my Armes. Dated the xxij yere 
of Quene Elisabeth An 1580. 

dated 6 Nov. 1580. A° 22 Eliz. 

The orig: Pat: penes W mi Knowlys of Harp Lane Tower Street 
Wine Merchant set. 50 et ampl. 7 Feb. 1774 exhib d to 

Is: Heard 
L r 

Extracted from the Records of the College of Arms, 
London, and examined therewith, by me, this 
pth day of October igoi. 




Barton Family. 

Tho s Barton Sin r Died Decern 1 " 30, 1772. 

Junier Tho s Barton whas Born may the 10 Day betwixt five & Six in 

the after noon 1762. 
Novem ber the 14 Hester Barton Whass Born 8 minnits past A Leven 

o Clock att Night 1764. 
May 30 th 1768 Elizabeth Barton whass Born at 5 in the after Noon. 
Wil m Alfrey Born May 2 d 1774 at Eleven at night Baptiz d at S l Mary 

Magdelins, Bermonsey, Died January or Feb^ 15 th at Noon. 
John Alfrey Born June 4 th 1776 at seven in the morning at Westminster 

Christ'd at Home. 

From a volume in my possession containing The Book 
of Common Prayer and Bible, '■'■London: Printed 
by Thomas Baskett, Printer to the King's most 
Excellent Majesty ; and by the Assigns of Robert 
Baskett, MDCCXLV/L" On the cover are 

stamped the initials g P g and on the inside 
cover is written: "Elizabeth Stevans April 10 th 
i74p."—F. A. C. 



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Branford Family. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
BENJAMIN BRANFORD, 
WHO DIED 26™ MARCH 1857, AGED 62 YEARS; 
ELIZABETH RELICT OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DIED DEC R 2 nd 1 88 1, AGED 83 YEARS. 
IN MEMORY OF 
EMMA REBECCA 
THE BELOVED DAUGHTER OF 
BENJAMIN & ELIZABETH 
BRANFORD 
WHO DIED 12 th DEC r 1843 
AGED 2 2 YEARS. 

Altar Tomb, 



MEMORY OF 
SUSAN MARY 
THE BELOVED WIFE OF 
ROBERT PRATT MORGAN 
AND THIRD DAUGHTER OF THE LATE 
BENJAMIN BRANFORD 
OF FLORDON 
BORN 15™ OCTOBER 1 834 
DIED II th OCTOBER 1 863. 
ALSO 

OF THE ABOVE NAMED 
ROBERT PRATT MORGAN 
LATE OF THORPE HAMLET, NORWICH 
BORN 28™ JANUARY 1836 
DIED 20 TH JUNE 1870. 

Head Stone. 



These inscriptions at Flordon, co. Norfolk, 7vere very 
kindly copied for me by tlie Rector, the Rev. Isaac 
Easton, 6 September igoi. — F. A. C. 



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Goddard Family. 



1417. 

/^ECILIA SUDBURY, formerly Goddard, widow. Widow of William 
^-^ Sudbury, citizen and draper of London. To be buried in church 
of S' Mary Bothehawe, London, near the tomb of William my husband. 
Obits for William Sudbury and John Godard my husbands. John 
Worteley. Sir Richard Byllingham, Rector of S' Mary's. To Robert 
Tatersall, citizen and draper, and my brother Bardolph Worteley my 
lands in the county of Kent in trust for my daughters Catherine 
Wymondham, wife of Peter Wymondham, citizen and draper, and Ann, 
wife of Thomas Husshe of London, draper. Exors : My brother 
Bardolph Worteley, Richard Byllingham and Robert Tatersall. Dated 
3 September 1417. Proved 19 November 1417 by said exors. 

P.C.C. 39 Marche. 



142 I. 

SIR JOHN GODARD, En*. To be buried where exors think fit. 
Isabell my wife. Henry my brother. John my son. College of 
Sowtton. Thomas Hothton. Thomas Watton. Odo Barvom. Margery 
Ardron. William Horseley. Sir Richard, priest. John Cook. John 
Chavretto. Richard Crosby. John Vander Hankyn. John at Stabel. 
John Herteley. Jenyn at Stabel. Jenyn at Chamber. Stephen Cook. 
Stephen at Chamber. William Descord. John Aborune. Robert 
Boteler. William Blacket. Geoffrey Unfayn. Thomas Cook. John 
Blacket. John Amerer. William Merkeweke. John Ambery. Exors : 
Wife Isabel and brother Henry. Witnesses: Sir Philip Lecche, Master 
Peter Thomas, Thomas Hothton and others. Dated 18 May 142 1 at 
Noians sur Seyne.* 

P.C.C. 8 Luffenham. 



1454- 

JOHN GODARD of Poulton juxta Marlborough, in the county of 
Wilts. To be buried in middle of nave of parish church, Myldenhall. 
Bequests to cathedral of Salisbury, churches of Myldenhall, Aldbourne, 
Ogbournes S* Andrew and S' George and others. John my son. Cecily 
my daughter. William Dolman of Marlborough and Robert Baron of 
London, mercer. Thomas Fyssher my son, and Cecily his wife, my 
daughter. Master John Banham, Rector of S' Peter's, Marlborough. 
To Master Walter Plummer. John Michel. Master John at Ardern, 
alias Bedmyster, of the house of S £ Margaret near Marlborough. To 
Friar Richard my chaplain. Thomas Shepard of Aldbourne. Richard 
Jowr of Aldbourne. John Jowr. John Frenshman. Robert Tympany. 
Joan Chamelyn. John Hynde and Agnes his wife. John Michel son 
of John Michel of Marlborough. My godsons William and John, sons 
of William Dolman. My godson John Rede. Exors : Master John 



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Hele, Rector of Myldenhall, John Michel, William Dolman, Robert 
Baron, Thomas Fissher and Cecily his wife. Overseer : Master John 
Banham, Rector of S' Peter's, Marlborough. Dated i November 1453. 
Proved 12 April 1454 by John Michel, William Dolman and Robert 
Baron, exors. 

P.C.C. 10 Rous. 



1501. 

T OHN GODDARD of Ogbourne S l George, in the county of Wilts. 
J To be buried in the chapel of the Trinity in the parish church of S c 
George, Ogbourne. To church of S l George, Ogbourne, 10 marks. 
Christian my wife. To Thomas Goddard my elder son a farm at Eton 
and all cattle thereon. To Edith my daughter 100 marks to marry her 
with. To John Goddard my brother Walter's son 5 marks. To John 
Goddard my brother John's son 40 s . Sister Elizabeth and her children. 
To Sir William Eliot 10 marks yearly to pray for my soul. Land in the 
lordship of Ogbourne to be occupied by Christian my wife and Thomas 
Bushe "If Christian keep her sole & mary not." Exors: Richard 
Goddard my brother, Richard Wayneman and Thomas Bushe. Witnesses: 
Richarde Godarde and " my goostly father" Sir William Palmer. Dated 
16 March 150^. Proved 7 June 1501. 

P. C. C. 23 Moone. 



1504. 

JOHN GODDARD of Winchelsea. To be buried in church of 
j S' Thomas the Martyr in Winchelsea. A bequest towards reparation 
of said church. Anne Browning. Richard Goddard my son. My exors 
to find " an honest prest to sing for my sowle." Son Richard to have 
money which Thomas Buntyng oweth me. Residue to wife Joan whom 
I make exor. My lands within the shires of Kent and Sussex, sufficient 
to be sold to pay debts, residue to wife, remainder to son Richard and 
his heirs. He to pay to every child of John Goddard then living 20 s . 
An obet to be kept within the church of Brookland for my mother 
Agnes Goddard's soul. Margaret Goddard my daughter to have tene- 
ment wherein William Hart lately dwelt. Witnesses : Rob 1 Sparow and 
Jno Halis. Dated 6 October 1503. Proved 15 June 1504. 

P.C.C. 8 Holgrave. 



JOHN GODDARD of Hyden, in the county of Devon. To be buried 
in church of S' Andrew at Hyden. Joan my wife, John my son, 
who are appointed exors. Witnesses: John Hollewey, John Homemay 
and Thomas Otter. Dated 6 January 15 of. Proved 10 February 150^-. 

P.C.C. 24 Hoi grave. 



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I505- 

RICHARD GODRED of Albourne, in the county of Wilts, To 
be buried at Albourne. Richard Godred, son of Walter Godred. 
Richard son of William Godred. Thomas Godred son of John Godred 
my brother. Thomas Busshe. Elizabeth Yate, daughter of John Yate. 
Alice Godred, wife of John Godred. To John son of John Godred 
land called " Medhilcrofte." John Yate to have "Meghinton & 
blakgrove." John Godred son of Richard Godred. Sons and daughters 
of John Yate. Robert Payn. Henry Frekhilton. William Hethcott. 
Walter Tucker. Elizabeth Fetipace. Sons and daughters of Thomas 
Bushe, William Prott, William Clerke and William Mundi. Agnes 
Mundi. Thomas Harold. Robert Poppe. Robert Ulgar. Thomas 
Swett. Richard Morley. William Walshin. Thomas Hulkes. Roger 
Hill and all his sons and daughters. Richard Skette. Richard Reynolds. 
Elizabeth Gayn, daughter of John Gayn. John Clerk. Elizabeth 
Stephen daughter of Thomas Godred. Elenor Walshin. Alice Erley. 
Elenor Glover. John Fifeld. Margaret Jacob. William Cole and sons 
and daughters. To my wife Elizabeth, John Yate and John Godred, 
son of Walter Godred, furniture at Uppham. To my wife Elizabeth 
and said John Godred furniture at Albourne. The four younger sons 
of my late brother John Godred. Exors : John Yate and John Godred, 
son of Walter Godred. Overseer : Master John Eton perpetual vicar 
of Alborne. Witnesses : Sir Henry Frekhilton, Sir William Hethcott, 
Thomas Bushe, Thomas Godred and others. Dated 5 June 1505. 
Proved 28 August 1505 by exors. pC( , j6 migrav£ 

I507- 

RICHARD GODDARD the younger, apprentice unto John Peynter, 
grocer of London. To be buried in churchyard of S' Mildred in 
London. To brother John Osemortd, his and mine two sisters, Agnes 
and Joan, all that bequest that my father William Goddard made me. 
My sheep and sack of wool which my uncle Richard Goddard left me, 
now in the hands and keeping of my cousin Thomas Goddard of 
Ogbourne, to be equally divided between brother John Osmonde, my 
said sisters and his, Agnes and Joan. Witnesses : Rob' Dandy, Curate of 
church of S' Mildred, Poultry, Mistress Alice Peynter and Agnes 
Stowmay. Dated 13 August 1505. Proved at Lambeth 1 December 
1 507, by Rob' Osemond. p C a JO Adeane , 

I5I9- 

THOMAS GODDARDE of Hastings, in the county of Sussex. To 
be buried in church of S l Clement's in Hastings. To high altar 
there, shrine of S' Richard of Chichester. Isabell my wife all lands and 
tenements for life. She to pay to Symond Goddarde my son 33 s 4 d . 
Residue to wife who is made extrix. Overseers : Master Richard Smyth, 
draper of London, and Master Harlakendey the elder. Witnesses : 
Edmund Franke, Sir Peter Logan, curate, Sir Robert Hunt, Master 
W m Brokesby, stuarde, and John George, clerk of the said parish 
with others. Dated 3 September 15 19. Proved 24 October 15 19 by 
Isabell his relict. p c c 2I ^ , # 

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152?. 

JOHN GODARDE of Enfield, in the county of Middlesex. To 
J be buried in churchyard of S l Andrew's in Enfield. Bequests to 
high altar of said church and the fraternity of Our Lady. To John 
Godarde my son the house I dwell in. To my wife, his mother, the 
house near the well for life. Joan my wife my copyhold house for life, 
then to Isabell my daughter, with remainder "to her infants that may 
live." Bequest to said daughter Isabell which shall be held by son John 
till she be 18. Exors : Son John Godarde and Wife Joan. Witnesses : 
Sir John Brigeman "my Goostly Father," Thomas Cordell and others. 
Debtors to John Godarde : Mistress Skeene of Greenwich, William 
Cooke of same, John Hale of Walthamstow, William Pampeon of Poplar, 
John Yngland of Islington, gent, Thomas Shepman of Stretford Lang- 
thorne, Netherton of Hackney, Awncell of Much Monden, Crowmer's 
wife of London. Dated March 152^. Proved 18 March 15 2f by Joan, 
relict, and John Goddard. 

P.C.C. 6 Maynwaryng. 



I530. 

RICHARD GODDART of Ogbourne St. George, in the county of 
Wilts. To be buried in the church of St. George, Ogbourne, "in 
the ile called our ladye." Bequest to mother church of Sarum, to high 
altar in Ogbourne, to the maintenance of the body of said church 
1 quarter of barley, "barley to make a stoke in the same church to the 
intent that the Churchwardens shall every year kepe my obyte for my 
Soule." Isabell my wife shall deliver to cousin Antony Goddart at age 
of 18 - sheep and all the barley and hay growing on my closes called 
"halame" and "morey." All goods to wife Elizabeth {sic) who is made 
sole extrix. Witnesses : Sir Roger Jones "my gostely father," Richard 
Eyrys, Thomas Dixin, with many others. Dated 4 July 1530. Proved 
29 September 1530. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book A, fo. 246. 



1535- 

JOHN GODDERD of Lowestoft, in the county of Suffolk. To be 
J buried within the chancel door, where I sit, on the North side, in 
the church of S l Margaret. To Ann my wife the tenement and 
lands which I bought of Robert Childerns and John Yungambrey in 
Kessingland, within the half hundred of Aynlforde, the tenement I 
bought of Robert Childerns of Kessingland in the town of Kessingland, 
lands which I bought of John Yungambreye, a parcel called " Bezzetts " 
lying in the field of Kessingland, for her life, then to son John Godderd 
and heirs for ever, if son die before wife exors to sell these properties 
and distribute money in charity as they think fit. To wife fee simple of 
tenement in Carleton. To son John Godderd land in Corton. Robert 
Yelton my servant a house in Lowestoft lying between the houses of 
Richard Aughell and of William Harmans. My wife's three daughters 

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Alice Landyvylde, Besse Woode and Margaret Woode proceeds of sale 
of house called " Heynys," which I bought of Richard Fulwood. Anne my 
wife, house called " Bernards " and my capital house in Norwich, parish 
of St. John, Maddermarket. My head house in Lowestoft where I 
dwell to wife until son is 24, when he is to occupy it, but his mother to 
dwell there for life, she to occupy " the parlour, the chamber next to it 
with the litel buttrye next to the East," use of the well and yard " to lye 
in Colys & woode." William Godderd my nephew £10 at 25. John 
Shank 20 s . Elizabeth his sister £10. My brother Hedds the younger. 
My two " shippys," i.e., my dogger in Ireland and my crayer called the 
" Jfius." My brother Robert Godderd all money due and owing to me 
in " Estgate Strete in S c Edmunds bury" of a tenement which William 
Godderd did lately purchase of me. Exors : Wife Anne and son John 
Godderd. Supervisor : Master Nicholas Hare of Norwich. Master 
Hardye of Elton to be my wife's councellor. Witnesses : John Shank, 
Thos Shottesnm and Robert Gilbank. Dated 16 April 1535. Proved 
20 November 1535. 

P.C.C. 2Q Hogen. 



1538. 

THOMAS GODDARD of Ogbourne St. George, ih the county of 
Wilts. To be buried in the chapel of the Blessed Trinity in the 
parish church of Ogbourne S 1 George. Bequests to cathedral at Sarum 
and churches of Ogbourne S' George, Albourne, Overton and Water 
Eaton. Property and household effects to wife Anne, daughter of John 
Ernie, at her death to son Vincent Goddard and heirs, default to son 
Anthony and heirs, default to youngest son William. To son John 
Goddard farm at Etton. To son Anthony Goddard farm at Barbary. 
To son William Goddard advowson of Ogbourne. Son Thomas. 
Daughters Luce, Elizabeth, Alice (the younger of that name) and Louie, 
also daughters Joan, Dorothy and Maryon, "novices in religion." 
Dorothy, daughter of Thomas Goddard the younger. Exors : William 
Lambard, John Goddard of Upham, William Lambard. Overseer: John 
Ernie, father-in-law. Witnesses : John Goddard of Upham, W m Lambard, 
Thomas Crooke, William Goddard and Thomas Goddard. Dated 10 
April 1536. Proved 1 April 1538 by John Raleigh and Anne the relict. 

P.C.C. 15 Dyngeley. 



1542. 

RICHARD GODDARD. Margarett and Jone my daughters, cattle 
&c. Elizabeth Futte (?) 20 nobles. Jane Foster 20 s . Jone Blake 
my daughter 20 sheep. Children of John Goddard my son. Rest of 
goods to Phillipp Goddard and Richard my sons who are joint exors. 
Overseers : - Wynchcome and son John Goddard. Witnesses : John Bothe, 
Vicar, John Goddard, William Foster and others. Dated 18 February 
I S4|- 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks O.W. {not registered). 



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1544- 



WILLIAM GODDARDE of Bury St. Edmunds, in the county of 
Suffolk. To Robert Goddarde my brother £6. His children 40 s . 
Thomas Godfrey of " myche Hernyngforth " and John Hyll of the same 
town. William Goddarde my godson, son of my brother Thomas 
Goddarde, ^5. Brother Thomas' other children Roger, John, Thomas 
and Agnes each 20 s . John Stevins 20 s . William Richarde my godchild 
10 s . William Bondwid, patternmaker. Agnes my wife ^30 and house 
I now dwell in. Exors : Agnes my wife and brother Thomas Goddarde. 
Supervisor : William Ricarde, sadler. Witnesses : Thos Heyney, William 
Denton, Thomas Parker, Richarde Cooke and Robert Goddarde. 
Dated 2 September 1544. Proved 25 September 1544. 

P.C.C. 14 Py nning. 



1545- 

THOMAS GODDARD of Rougham, in the county of Suffolk. 
To be buried in Rougham Church. High altar of said church. 
My exors to see that my brother William's will is carried out and 
discharged in all things. Roger Goddard my son ^40 in the year he 
finishes " prentishode." Agnes Goddard my daughter and John, 
William and Thomas Goddard my sons £20 each at 21. Margaret 
Wallys 6 s 8 d . Brother Robert Goddard ^5. John Goddard his son, 
my godson, 20 s . Thomas and Robert Goddard his children 10 s each. 
Roger Goddard, coverlet weaver, 10 s . Margery my wife all houses 
I have bought for life, remainder to children. William Goddard my 
son the bargain I made with Robert my brother. Thomas Goddard 
my son house in Brakeland. Roger Goddard my son the bargain I 
made with William Skynner. My wife to pay son John and daughter 
Agnes £6 13 s 4 d each on day of their marriage out of son Roger's part 
of ^40. Exors : Margery, wife, and John Goddard, son. Overseer : 
William Goddard. Witnesses : Sir W m Eston, parish priest, Nicholas 
Walle of Bury, ffletcher, Richard Huggyn, with others. Dated 26 May 
1545 (37 Henry VIII). Proved 19 June 1545. 

P. C. C. jo Py titling. 



i54f- 

THOMAS GODDERD of Welford, in the county of Berks, 
husbandman. To be buried in churchyard of S 1 Gregory in 
Welford. Mother church of Sarum and church of Welford. John 
Godderd my son, John Godderd my brother. - Clark. Thomas Grey. 
Julyan Chryssel. Agnes Wheles my sister. Residue to be divided into 
three equal parts, one each to. wife and sons John and Richard. Wife 
Margaret appointed sole extrix. Witnesses : Thomas Slad, parish curate, 
Thomas Payn, Thomas Koxhed, Peter Dore, with others Dated 21 
February 154^. 

Proved in Archdeaconry Court of Berks {no da/e), 
Book B, fo. 3. 

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1549- 



WILLIAM GODDARDE of the parish of S l Leonard, Shoreditch, 
in the county of Middlesex, gent. To be buried in the tomb 
where my grandfather was buried in the parish church of S' Leonard 
aforesaid. My tenements which I purchased of the King, called the 
"rotten rowe," and all lands in parish of Shoreditch, leasehold and 
freehold, to wife for life, at her death remainder to son George and heirs, 
remainder to son Charles Goddarde, remainder to son William Goddarde, 
failing heirs remainder to two daughters Luce and Elizabeth. My lease 
in "busshoppe felde" to wife for life, at death to be equally divided 
between three sons George, Charles and William ; Luce Goddarde my 
daughter and her husband to have ^4 per annum out of same. Lease of 
' ' bushoppes hall " to be sold. Sons Charles and William and daughter 
Elizabeth all household goods which I have at " busshoppes hall." All my 
cattle there to be equally divided. Residue to wife, after her death to 
son George. Poor 20 s . Wife sole extrix. Overseers : My friend Thomas 
Lumine (?) and my son John Heydon. Witnesses: Thomas Parsonnes, 
W m Swan of Shoreditch, Humferye Hunderhill, Rich d Davyd and 
Gynkes Hall. Dated 11 March, 2 Edward VI. (154!). Proved 16 
April 1549 by relict. 

P.C.C. 5 PopalwelL 



I550. 

THOMAS GODDARD of Estoverton, in the county of Wilts. To 
wife Alice farm at Overton for life. Thomas Goddard my 
eldest son. Walter Goddard my second son. William Goddard my 
youngest son. Brother John Goddard of Eton to be guardian of two 
younger sons until of age, to send them either to Winchester, Oxford or 
Cambridge to be educated. John Hibbard. Overseer : M r John 
Erneley. Dated 14 March 154^. Proved 5 September 1550. 

P.C.C. 21 Coode. 



*553- 

T OHN GODDARD. To be buried in church of Masworth, in the 
J county of Buckingham. Exors to distribute at my burial 40 s , and at 
the month's end another 40 s . Joan my wife. Robert Forde and his 
wife. Residue to be distributed at discretion of William Goddard my 
son, my exor. Son William Goddard all lands in Wingrave for life, 
remainder to William Goddard his son, remainder to Richard Goddard, 
son of William Goddard the father, remainder to George Goddard, son 
of said William Goddard. Lands and tenements in Aylesbury to son 
William Goddard, remainder to Richard Goddard his son. All my 
lands in Long Merston, Crofton, Winge, Massworth, Willesthorn and 
Trynge to William Goddard, son to William Goddard my son, remainder 
as aforesaid. Overseer : Master John Bosse. Witnesses : William and 
Richard Goddard. Dated 4 January 155^-. Proved 5 April 1553. 

P.C.C. 9 Tashe. 

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1553- 



T OHN GODDARDE of the parish of Englefield, in the county of 
J Berks. To be buried in churchyard of Englefield. Richard Curtes 
my son-in-law. His sons John and Richard Curteis. Ellen Curtes his 
daughter. Em Goddard. William Goddard my son. Residue to my 
son William and Alice Goddard my daughter, my exors. Witnesses: 
Nicholas Jonson and John Ingerfeld, with others. Dated 2 May 1553. 
Proved 6 October 1553. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks , Book D, fo. 8. 



1555- 

T OHN GODDARD of Seghill, in the county of Wilts. To be buried 
J in the chapel of S l Katherine in Sedghill. Bequests to lady church 
of Sarum, chapel of Sedghill and church of East Knoyle. William my 
son. John my son, the elder. John my son, the younger. Christian 
my daughter. Any of my children's children. Elizabeth my wife, who 
is sole extrix. Overseers : John Burbage, John Goddard my son, Robert 
Jeffreys and Thomas Lemy(?). Witnesses: Richard Taylor "myghosley 
father," John Coward the elder, Phyllipp Prownde, with others. Dated 
24 July 1550. Proved 6 October 1555. 

Archdeaconry Court of Sarum, "Estate of fohn Goddard dec 11 
of parish of Berwick, S* Leonards," Book III., fo. 112. 



1554- 

JOHN GODARD, the elder, of Aldbourne, in the county of Wilts, 
and diocese of Sarum, gent. To be buried at Aldbourne. 
Mentions deed dated 8 July, 30 Henry VIII. (1538), made between Sir 
Anthony Hungerford, K', of one part, and of me, John Godard, of other 
part, covenanting the marriage between John Godard the elder, my son 
and heir, and Elizabeth Fetiplace, in which the father gives the son and 
Elizabeth his wife certain lands in the parish of Daunsey and half his 
cattle. To Thomas Godard the elder, my son, all goods and chattels 
upon lands in Uppam, Snappe, Wekelscott and Wanborough. Elizabeth 
my wife. To Thomas Godard the younger, my son, land in Aldbourne. 
Mentions indenture made by me to the said Thomas Godard the 
younger, dated 12 March, 6 Edward VI. (155-5-). John Godard the 
younger my son. To Thomas Godard, son and heir of my son and 
heir John Godard, land in Wooton Basset. Dorothy and Anne Goddard 
daughters of said' son and heir John the elder. William Draper my 
wife's son. Thomas Godard the elder sole exor. Overseers : William 
Hutton, Vicar of Aldbourne, John Godard the elder, Thomas Godard 
the younger. Dated 29 August, 3 and 4 Philip and Mary (1556). 
Proved 4 February 155! by Thomas Godard. 

P.C.C. 5 Noodes. 

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i55l- 

WILLIAM GODARDE of Wyngrave, in the county of Buckingham, 
yeoman. To be buried in church of Wyngrave before the 
Trinity altar. Mother church of Lincoln. High altar and reparation 
of the bells Wyngrave Church. Mending of highways in parish of 
Wyngrave. Mary and Jane Godarde my daughters £20 each. Margaret 
Millner my wife's daughter. Isabell Adams my daughter and her 
children. Every child of my son Thomas. Mathewe Myllener my 
wife's son 20 s . My wife to have such household stuff as she brought 
me. Residue to Richard Goddarde my son, who is sole exor. 
Supervisors : John Goddarde of London, Robert Foarde of Aylesbury. 
Witnesses : Thomas Sotherne, Raphe Mossle, Rich d and Thomas Brooke. 
Dated 14 October 1558. Proved 26 January 155^. 

P.C.C. 22 Welles. 



1559- 

WILLIAM GODDARD of the parish of Bucklebury, in the county 
of Berks. To be buried in churchyard of Bucklebury. Mother 
church of Sarum. John my son. Robert my son. Jone Wulford my 
daughter. Residue to Agnes my daughter, who is made sole extrix. 
Overseers : Richard Goddard and Thomas Wulford. Witnesses : Philippe 
Goddard and Rob' Powle. Dated 28 October 1558. Proved 7 April 

1559- 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book D, fo. 28J. 



1559- 

THOMAS GODDARD of Finchampstead, in the county of 
Berks. To be buried in churchyard there. Margaret my 
daughter. "Betteres" my daughter. Residue to Maude my wife, who is 
sole extrix. Overseers : Thomas Hickling, parson, and Harry Goddard. 
Dated 13 February i5Sf. Proved 9 April 1559. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book D, fo. 2 go. 



1559- 

JOHN GODDARD de Urchefonte in diocese of Sarum, in the 
county of Wilts. To be buried in church of Urchefont. Daughter. 
Rest of my children. William my son. Richard my son. Residue to 
Isabell my wife, who is sole extrix. Witnesses : Gilbert de Bocke and 
Richard Covell. Dated 27 March 1555. Proved 1559. 

Archdeaconry Court of Sarum, Book III., fo. 183. 
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1560. 



T OHN GODARD of West Eaton, in the county of Wilts, gent. To 
J be buried in church of Castle Eaton. Bequests to church of Castle 
Eaton, poor of Crycklade, Highworth, Sissitor and Castle Eaton. To 
Margaret and Heleyne my daughters twelve score pounds. Household 
family as well men and women servants. Everyone of my brothers, 
brothers-in-law and my sons-in-law. Cousin John Busshe. My brother's 
sons, Walter and William Godard. John Williams and Thomas Buliocke 
my servants. Son Edward, sister Dormer. John Tutt of Oxenwoode, 
gent, co. Wilts, to have keeping of my leases, deeds, &c, the schedule 
of which in tripartite my brother John Wynsecombe, esquire, shall keep 
one part, M r Edward Poole of Poole, gent, the second part, and J ohn 
Tutt the other part, until son Edward is 21. Anthony and William 
Godarde my brothers to have management of lands during minority of 
Edward, rendering a yearly account to above parties. Failing heirs to 
son Edward, remainder to Thomas Godarde, eldest brother's son and 
heir, default to Walter Godarde, brother to Thomas, and heirs, default 
to William Godarde, brother to Thomas and Walter. Lady Dormer of 
London, Marye my wife. "That my Lord Chandos and my ladye may 
the better favour my son as a token of goodwill I give to my Ladye 
Chandos the ^10 I lately lent her." Sole exor: Son Edward. 
Overseers : Brother John Wynsecombe, Esq re , Edward Poole, gent, John 
Tutt, gent. Witnesses: Michsell Dowce, Thomas Buliocke, John Busshe, 
John Harcle and Humfrey Galymore. Dated 10 October, 2 Elizabeth 
(1560). Proved ti November 1560 by William Goddard for Edward 

Goddard - P.C.C. 54 Mellershe. 



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1562. 

OHN GODDARD de Bucklesbury, in the county of Berks. 
Admon, 1562, to Elizabeth Goddard. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Administrations, Book I., fo. 118. 



1564. 

WILLIAM GODDERTE of Cherill, in the county of Wilts, gent. 
To be buried in church at Cherill. To daughter Margaret ^"40, 
daughter Mary .£30, daughter Anne ^30, William Baylie and my 
daughter Edyt his wife £4, John Godderte my brother ,£10, to each 
of his children "a shepe," Katherine Bainton my daughter 20 sheep 
and 1 sheep to each of her children. To John Phillipp's wife a sheep 
and 1 to each of her children. To William Goddert my son lands in 
Cherill. Thomas Goddert my son lease of the "Sandes." Exors : 
Thomas and William Goddert my sons. Overseers : John Mitchell of 
Corsham, gent, and John Goddard my brother of Cherill, yeoman. 
Witnesses: Cuthbert Gilpin, Curate of Cherill, Jno: Ely, Walter Stapleford 
and others. Dated 19 May 1563. Proved 16 October 1564 by William 
Godderte in person and Thomas Godderte in person of Richard 
Monpesson his exor. P.C.C. 28 Stevenson. 



1564. 

ELIZABETH GODDERD de Sedghill, in the county of Wilts. To 
be buried in chapel at Sedghill. Servant Alice. Any of children 
of wife of Thomas Tyse, his three daughters. Christian Lyte (?). Exor: 
Thomas Tyse. Overseers : William Kynge of Beppans (?) and Richard 
Kynge. Witnesses : Richard and William Kynge and Cpor Lewys. 
Dated 3 September 1564. Proved 20 October 1564. 

Archdeaconry Court of Sarum, Book IV., fo. 188. 



1564. 

JOHN GODDARD of Broadforte, parish of Wynbourne Minster, in 
the county of Dorset. To be buried in church of Wynbourne 
Minster. Walter, Richard, Edmund and William Goddard my sons ,£20 
each at 22. Alice and Jane my daughters 20 marks each at 20. John 
my son to have my farm (my wife to have half of farm till son be of 
age), remainder to son Walter, " and so to next elder." Reparation of 
Wynbourne Minster and Wychampton churches. Sir John Meade. 
Residue to son John, who is sole exor. Overseers : Richard Hannam, 
my brother Edmond Goddard, Richard Russell. Witnesses : Sir John 
Meade, M r William Brodstocke, Edmond and Nicholas Goddard, 
Richard Bugge and others. I will that my brother Richard Goddard 
have use and custody of my farm till son John be 22. Dated 29 
December 1563. Proved 26 October 1564 by Richard Goddard the 
guardian. Admon de bonis non, 12 November 1568, to Richard 
Goddard, brother; another, p.a., 26 June 1571, to Walter Goddard, son. 

P.C.C. jo Stevenson. 



1565- 

^HOMAS GODDARDE of Cherill, in the county of Wilts, gent. 

To be buried in church of Cherill. Poor of Callice, co. Wilts. 
Poor of Cherill and for reparation of church. To my wife Marie 
Goddarde all lands in town for life, with remainder to brother William 
Goddarde. To wife a ground called " Sandes." Sisters Margaret, Marie 
and Agnes Goddarde. Nephews (sic) : Ales Bayntun, Thomas Bayntun 
and Anne Bayntun the children of my sister Katherine Bayntun. 
Brothers-in-law Henrye Bayntun and Edward Bayntun. Wife made 
sole extrix. Overseers of trust : Uncle John Michell, brother-in-law 
Richard Bayntun, gent. Witnesses: Brother William Goddarde, Oliver 
Bozecke, Parson of Calstonne, John Glasse, Curate of Cherill, John Elie, 
Walter Stapleford, Jno : Phelpes and Phillipp Ritche, Vicar of Calne. 
Dated 16 May 1565. Proved 31 May 1565. 

P.C.C. 10 Morrison. 

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i56|. 

JOHN GODDARD of the parish of Enfield, in the county of 
J Middlesex. To be buried in parish church of Enfield. Bequests to 
church and poor men's box of Enfield. To John Goddard my younger 
(or the younger) son and his heirs for ever all my messuage in 
Enfield called " Horspolestones," wherein son John now dwells, also 
lands bought of Robert Preston, John Butt and S r Thomas Wrath, K c 
To Agnes my wife land at Enfield for life, at death to William Wyberd, 
my daughter Agnes' son, in default to my two sons John 
Goddard the elder and John Goddard the younger. Agnes Baker and 
Jone Austin my daughters. The children of my eldest son John 
Goddard, viz., Harry, Nicholas, John, Samuel and Agnes. The children 
of my daughter Agnes Baker, i.e., Thomas, Clement, Jone and Jane 
Baker. The children of my daughter Jane Lofte, i.e., Harry Anthony 
and Agnes Lofte. The children of my daughter Jone Austin, i.e., 
Thomas Robert, John and Jane Austin. Sara, my daughter Dennys' 
daughter. The children of son Robert Goddard, i.e., John, Grace 
and Sara Goddard. My servant Jane Hodge. Wife of William Adams. 
To John Goddard my eldest son (or John the elder) half of ground 
lately bought of S r Thomas Wrath. William Wyberd. Exors : Sons 
John the elder and John the younger. Overseer : Henry Campyn of 
London, mercer. Witnesses : Rob 1 Lofte, Edmond Garrett and Jefferey 
Aswyll. Dated 30 January is6f. Proved 13 February 1 5 6 1 . 

P.C.C. 4 Crymes. 



1567- 

TOHN GODDARD of Standen Hursey, in the county of Wilts, 
J esquire. To be buried in church of Hungerford. To Anthony 
Goddarde my son parsonage of Cleve Pypard, co. Wilts (and rectory), 
with all tithes, &c. Thomas Goddarde my son. William Goddarde my 
son land called "Barons" and "Bubton" in Cliffe Pypard, now in 
occupation of testator, John Truslowe, and others. Anne Goddard my 
daughter. Son-in-law John Cooke. Thomas Stevens of Burdroppe, Wilts, 
gent. John Goddarde my son at age of 21. Son Vincent. Edmond 
Goddard. Alice my wife. My servants John Wilkins and Margarett 
Rabynett. Brother Edmonde Hungerforde. Humfry Butcher. My 
daughter Dorothie Cooke. Cousin John Tutt. Thomas Goddard, son, 
full exor. Overseers : " Well beloved friends " Thomas Stevens, esq re , 
brother Thomas Goddard, Anthony Hinton, John Tutt and John Cooke, 
gent. Witnesses: Jno: Tutt, Jno: Cooke, Tho Goddarde, Jno: Carrarde, 
Mighell Dowie, - Bynne, Jno: Goddard, Tho Goddard, Anthony 
Goddard, George Bradford, Jno: Wilkins and others. Dated 20 July 
1567. Proved 10 November 1567. 

P.C.C. 31 Stonard. 



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i57o. 

MAUDE GODDARD de Finchampstead, in the county of Berks, 
Admon, 1570, to Henry Goddard, son. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Admons., Book I.,fo. 143. 



1572. 

ANTHONY GODDARTE, merchant, stranger, Of the City of 
London. Appoints to bring up and educate son John. Well-beloved 
friend Robert de Neensville and Herman de Hage. Being present, 
George Gilvauns, Minister of the Dutch Church in the City of London, 
Anthonie of Hunswicke and Jno: Drosyt, strangers. Dated 7 May 
1572. Proved 10 June 1572. 

RCiC. 20 Daper. 



1572. 

RICHARD GODDARD of the town of Poole, in the county of 
Dorset. To reparation of churches of Poole, Witchampton, 
Tollard and parish church of Wimbourne. Brother Edmond Goder. 
Cecile my daughter ^200. Jane my daughter ^200. Cecile my wife 
^400. If she be with child at time of my death, child to have ,£200. 
Edmond Goddard my brother to have the keeping of daughter Joane. 
Daughter Edith shall be 15 on 26 January next, to have her legacy 
at 17, but if she marries my servant Richard Goddard to have legacy 
day of marriage. John Conyshe my brother-in-law shall have my daughter 
Sara and her legacy to keep till she be 17, she was 10 years old 
10 December last past. John my brother's son shall have my daughter 
Cecilie's stock till she be 17 or marry, she will be 2 years old 10 April 
next. John Goddard my servant. If my children die under age 
remainder to my brother John Goddard. All such houses as I have in 
Poole and Wimbourne to son if born, with remainder to daughter Edith. 
Overseers : John Conyshe and Richard Goddard, Thomas Goddard my 
son-in-law. Witnesses : Richard Goddard the elder, John Conyshe, 
Edmond Goddard, Rich d Goddard, Thomas Goddard. " I have crossed 
out Rich d Goddard & his wife because I have paid them their marie 
money. I have crossed out Sara my daughter because I am bound to 
Thomas Goddard her husband to pay him the day of marriage. 
Written the last day of July 1569." Dated 26 December 1563. Proved 
27 October 1572 by Thomas Goddard. 

P.C.C. 32 Daper. 



^572. 



T OHN GODDARD of Bucklesbury, in the county of Berks. To be 
J buried in churchyard there. Mother church of Sarum and church 
of Bucklesbury. My sons Thomas, Richard, Lynie, John, William and 
Stephen. My daughters Sibell, Margarett, Alice and Jone. Richard 
Smith my servant. William Louch my god-son. Elizabeth and Agnes 
Goddard my god-daughters. Residue to Margaret my wife, who is 
appointed sole extrix. Overseers: Richard Goddard and Richard Webb. 
No witness. Dated 9 November 1572. Proved 10 December 1572. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book F, fo. 338. 



*57t- 

WILLIAM GODDARDE of Chirell, in the county of Wilts, gent. 
To William Goddarde my son ^Jroo. To Sibyl my daughter 
,£10, both at age of 21. Rest of goods to wife, who is sole extrix. 
Overseers : My brother Younge and my brother William Allyn. 
Witness : M r Griffyn, Minister, Walter Stapleforde, John Philpes and 
others. Dated - December 1573. Proved 20 January 157! by Thomas 
Younge and Edith Young, his wife, sister of the deceased, guardians of 
the minors William and Sibyl ; Catherine Goddard, the relict, being dead. 

P.C.C. 3 Martyn. 



1571- 

KATHERINE GODDARDE of Cherrell, in the county of Wilts. 
To church of Chirrel 6 s 8 d . To my father jQ\o and all the debt 
he owed my husband. My mother. John Goddarde. Sisters Parker 
and Goddarde. Sister Mary Goddarde my wedding ring. Brother 
William Allyn gold ring. My brother Bainton a ring. Brothers Thomas 
Younge and Benedicke Allyn. Daughter Sibyl ^60. Rest of goods 
to son William Goddarde, who is made exor. My brothers Thomas 
Younge and Benedicke Allen to have keeping of children and their goods 
until 21. Overseers: Brothers Bainton and William Allen. Witnesses: 
M r Griffin, Vicar, Jno : Pountnye, W m Parker, Jno : Goddard, with 
others. Proved 20 January I57§. 

P.C.C. 3 Martyn. 



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1574- 



MARGARET GODDARD of Bucklesbury, in the county of Berks. 
To be buried in churchyard there. Mother church of Sarum and 
poor men's box at Bucklesbury. Thomas Goddard my son and his son 
Richard. My sons Richard, Lynie, John and William. My daughters 
Isabell, Margaret, Alice and Jone. Elizabeth Goddard my son Richard's 
daughter. Household stuff between Stephen my son and Alice and 
Joan my daughters. John Awberie my servant. Residue to son 
Stephen, who is appointed exor. Overseers : John Lickman and John 
Colens. Witnesses : James Mase, Vicar of Bucklesbury, Thomas and 
Richard Goddard, John Lickman and John Colens. Dated 28 April 
1574. Proved 19 May 1574. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book F, fo. jg8. 



1577- 

ALEXANDER GOODDARDE of Lambourn Chlldrey, in the county 
of Berks. My daughters Dorothie, Jane and Alice. My sons 
Peter and John. Daughter Margery. Thomas my son. My son-in-law 
Richard Thriste, to whom residue is left and who is appointed exor. 
Overseer : William Hazell. Witnesses : Richard King, Vicar of 
Lambourne, John Loveden and W m Lee. Dated 30 January 157! 
(18 Elizabeth). Proved 3 July 1577. 

Archdeaco?iry Court of Berks, Book G, fo. 79. 



1580. 

OHN GODDARDE of Brimpton, in the county of Berks. Admon, 
12 April 1580, to Richard Goddarde of Brimpton. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book G, fo. 213. 



1582. 

T OHN GODDARDE of Brimpton, in the county of Berks. To 
J Idee my wife my house for life, remainder to daughter Agnes, 
remainder to daughter Priscella, remainder to Pixer's wife my daughter, 
remainder to the heirs of the longest liver of these my daughters. 
Agnes my daughter as long as she remain unmarried and live with her 
mother 3 s 4 d per annum. Pixer my son-in-law. Ellin my daughter. 
Sir Edward, Minister of Newbury. Poynter, my man, a saw lying at 
Richard Cookes. Wife and daughter Priscella appointed extrixes. 
Overseers : Richard Cooke and William Camber. Witnesses : Edward 
Chetle, Richard Cooke and W m Poynter. Dated 16 September 1582. 
Proved 12 October 1582. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book G, fo. 350. 

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1583- 

JOHN GODDARD of County Town of Poole, in the county of 
J Dorset, merchant. Daughter Cicily Goddard ;£ioo, paid to my 
overseers, Edward Many, John Bremble and Thomas Toope, three 
months after my death, also my house at Colcolnet, remainder to 
John Dale, son of Michaell Daie, and his heirs. If Cecily die before 
1 6 years of age my wife to have house for life. The stock of Nicholas 
Barnes, which is £14, to be made £16 at his year's end. Servants 20 s , 
God-children i2 d each. William Browne of Shaftesbury oweth me £5 
and odd money, he to pay only -£3 10 s , the rest I give him. Poor 
people in Poole 20 s in bread. Ditto in Sedghill 10 s in same. Alms 
houses in Poole 10 s for repairs. My brothers and sisters of my wife 
Grace Goddard, who is appointed sole extrix. If Cicily and John 
Daie die without heirs my house at Colcorner (?) to remain to my wife 
and her heirs for ever. M r Elye the Preacher. Witnesses : John Bremble, 
Edward May, Thomas Top and Walter Goddard. Dated 24 November, 
25 Elizabeth (1582). Proved n October 1583 by extrix. 

P.C.C. 4 Butts. 



1585. 

VINCENT GODDERD (registered Godgard) of the parish of S' 
Leonard's, Shoreditch, gent. Son Edmond ,£300. John my 
son ^300. Daughters Dorothye, Jane and Margaret ^220 each at 
ages of 20 or married. Elizabeth my wife annuity of ,£40, to be 
paid out of my house in Shoreditch where I now dwell. Exors 
to be bound to brother William Godderd and cousin Edward 
Godderd for _£iooo. Residue to William Godderd my eldest son, 
who is exor. Overseers : Brother William Goddard and cousin 
Edward Goddard. Witnesses : Will" 1 Oldesworth, gent, Christofer Smyth, 
gent, John Palmer, Thomas Oldesworth and John Enggelherd. 
Vincent Godderd, testator. Dated 17 June 1582. Proved 1 July 1585 
by William Godderd, son and exor. 

P.C.C. 37 Brudnell. 



158!. 

MARGARETT GODDARDE of the parish of S' Botolph's without 
Bishopsgate, London. To her mother ^3, her two sisters that 
are married 20 nobles each, aunt Starkey 20 s , Anne Standmore 20 s , 
Mistress Brookes 13 s 4 d , Clare 20 s , each of her brothers ,£5, two 
unmarried sisters £5. Their legacies to be paid when her father's 
debts be paid and legacies discharged. Aparrel between her two 
sisters' unmarried daughters. Sister Dorothy " her jewell." Sister Jane 
her "caule of gold." In the presence of Dorothie Goddarde, 
Elizabeth Goddarde, Dornowaye and Thomas Stebwinke, with others. 
Dated 3 August 1585 (nuncupative). Proved 10 February 158^ by 
Elinore Goddard, alias Englehert. 

P.C.C. 6 Windsor. 

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1 5 86. 

WILLIAM GODDARD of Sedghill, alias Sedghull, in the county 
of Wilts, yeoman. Cathedral of Sarum. Nicholas Goddard my 
son a meadow called " Blynd laine," the same to be delivered to him by 
my son Thomas Goddard and William Prune (?). Daughters Mary, 
Dorathee and Edith. Niece Cecill. Thomas Goddard. Debts due to 
me by William Browne of Motcombe, William Wrygley and Walter Pore. 
Residue to Jone my wife, who is appointed sole extrix. Overseers : 
Thomas Goddard my son and William Prune (?). Witnesses : Robert 
Tynbeetson, Curate of Sedghill, Thomas Goddard and William Prune (?), 
with others. Dated 29 April 1586. 

Archdeaconry Court of Sarum, Book 7, fo. 45. 



1587. 

PETER GODDARD of Farnham in the parish of Tollard, in the 
county of Wilts. Churches of Tollard and Farnham. Margaret 
Goddard my daughter. My three sons Richard, Martyn and Gabriell 
all my stock. Dorathee my wife sole extrix. Witnesses : Rich d Weare 
and William, son. Undated. Proved 6 June 1587. 

Archdeaconry Court of Sarum, Book 7, fo. 86. 



1581. 

THOMAS GODDARD of Sedghill, in the county of Wilts. To be 
buried in churchyard of Sedghill. To lady church of New Sarum 
i2 d , church of Sedghill 3 s 4 d . To son John Goddard messuage in 
Sedghill where I now dwell. Cecilie my wife moiety of same as long as 
unmarried. To son Thomas Goddard ground called " Westmarshe," 
late John Frowde's, in Sedghill, also my right to any living or benison in 
Knoyle. Daughter Anne Goddard £$0 at age of 18. To poor 5 s . 
Rest of goods to wife and son John, who are made exors. Overseers : 
Nicholas Goddarde, Thomas Kinge and Richard Kinge the younger. 
Witnesses : Richard Kinge, Nicholas Goddard and Thomas Kinge. 
Dated 17 December, 30 Elizabeth (1587). Proved 7 February 158^ by 
Cecily, relict, and John, son. 

P.C.C. 14 Rutland. 



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1581. 

RICHARD GODDARDE of the parish of Childrey, in the county 
of Berks. To be buried in churchyard there. Mother church of 
Sarum. Daughter Margaret. Sons Boniface and William Goddarde. 
Anne, daughter to William Goddarde. Daughters Margaret and Joan 
Goddarde. Son Thomas Goddarde a bushel of wheat yearly as long as 
my wife liveth. Daughters Elizabeth and Doritie. Residue of goods to 
wife Jeane Goddarde, who is made sole extrix. Overseers : Alexander 
Michell and Alexander Turner. Dated 6 November 1588. Proved 
29 January 158I. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book H, fo. 183. 



I58i 

T OHN GODDARD, late of Barwick S l John, in the county of Wilts, 
J husbandman. To Peter Goddard my brother John's son £20. 
Thomas Goddard my brother's son £20. Richard Goddard my 
brother's son £20. Martin Goddard my god-son £20. Gabriell 
Goddard my brother's youngest son £20. The daughter of brother 
Matthew Goddard ^5. Anne Rolles my sister's daughter ^5. Elles 
Shepperd my god-son 30 s . Brother William Goddard 10 s . Poor of 
Nether Hampton 10 s . Thomas Goddard my brother Raphe's son £10. 
Henry Goddard of Chaston (?) 5 s . Thomas Bengefielde i2 d . Residue 
to brother Raphe Goddard, who is made sole exor. Overseers : 
Cousins Thomas Toppe and Walter Goddard of Bradford. Witnesses : 
James Kitto, Thomas Cales, alias Bengefeilde, and others. Dated 
12 May 1588. Proved 8 February 158I by Ralph Goddard, brother. 

P.C.C. 26 Leicester. 



158I. 

RICHARD GODDART of the parish of West Hendred, in the 
county of Berks. Mother church of Sarum, churches of West 
and East Hendred. Vicar of West Hendred "my ghostly father." 
Reparation of town bridge in West Hendred. John Goddart my elder 
son. My brother Steven. Alexander Goddart. All my daughters. 
Margery my daughter and all her children. Jane, Elizabeth, Joane, 
Wyllyam and Robert Carpenter. Fraunce Hinton. Anne Hinton. 
Maryon Hasell. Margaret . . kins. John Keets. Residue to Anne 
my wife and John my younger son, who are joint exors. Overseers : 
Rufus Whysteler and John Huchyns, husbandmen. Witnesses : William 
Huchyns, Andrew Reps, John Huchyns, Alexander Goddarte, Thomas 
Whysteler and others. Debts due to me by Henry Snodam, Thomas 
Hyndon of Chylton. Inventory of goods, taken and dated 1 1 October 
1588, affixed to will. Dated 25 January i58f. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, O. IV. (not registered). 



90 



i 5 8 9 . 

JOHN GODDARD of Brimpton, in the county of Berks. Admon, 
March 1589, to Christian Goddard and Thomas Goddard, son. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book H, fo. 228. 



1589. 

JOHN GODDARD de Bucklesbury, in the county of Berks. 
Admon, 10 April 1589, to Margaret Goddard. 

Archdeaconry. Court of Berks, Book H, fo. 185. 



I e 8 9 

THOMAS GODDARD de Bucklesbury, in the county of Berks. 
To be buried in churchyard there. Mother church of Sarum. 
Poor people of Bucklesbury. Richard and John my sons. If my son 
George agree with his landlord to alter my son John's estate in the 
copyhold, son George to pay him ^5 within one year after agreement 
made. Daughter Elizabeth. All my sister Margaret's children. 
Brothers John and Richard. Residue to George my son, who is sole 
exor. Overseers : Richard Goddarde my neighbour, Richard Goddarde 
my brother and John Browne. Witnesses : Richard Goddarde, John 
Browne and Richard Webbe. Dated 21 February is8f. Proved 10 
March i S U- 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book H, fo. 2JJ. 



1590. 

TAMES GODDARDE of Wellington, in the county of Somerset, 
J yeoman. To be buried where it pleases exors. To the poor of 
Clayhidon, co. Devon, 10 s . To Agnes my wife for life tenement in the 
tithing of Parye in Wellington, a messuage called " Cades," all leases in 
Pynxmore, parish of Wellington, my grist mill in same, and a moor 
called " Luxhams " and land called " Chalehins," parcel of the manor of 
Wellington. If she die before the expiration of leases said lands to go 
to George Provost of Wellington. At death of wife tenement called 
" Cades " to said George Provost and Thomasine his wife and heirs 
male, default of heirs to Joan their second daughter, with remainder to 
Prudence their eldest daughter. To Thomas Goddard, son of William 
Goddard my brother, deceased, ^5 per annum. To James Goddard 
the younger, son of Nicholas Goddard my cousin of Hemyocke, co. 
Devon, ^5 per annum. To wife use of all cattle. To Prudence, 



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daughter of George Provost, ^"65 13 s 4 d at 21 or marriage. Robert 
Gullye my cousin £5. James, son of Robert Gullye 20 s . Henry, James, 
William and John, children of Emmott Gulley my sister, deceased, 10 s 
each. Henry Goddard, son of Nicholas Goddard my cousin, 20 s . 
James Paynebery my cousin, son of William Payneberry of Wellington, 
12 s . To servants 10 s each, God-children i2 d each. To overseers 20 s . 
Residue to George Provost, who is made exor. Overseers : John Cade 
and Samuell Goddard. Witnesses: Jno: Ellyott, Jno: Cade, Thomas 
Provost, Edward Finsland, Wirrm Colborne and John Ellyott. Dated 
19 March, 32 Elizabeth (*5f§). Proved 19 May 1590 by exor. 

P.C.C. 2Q Drury. 



1590. 

I OHN GODDART of Brimpton, in the county of Berks. Bequest 
J to mother church of Sarum. To wife Christian and three sons, 
Richard Goddart, Thomas Goddart and George Goddart, the lease of 
the great park of Crokeham. Son George when enters the farm of 
Midyham to give up his share of the park. If son Thomas does not 
permit son Richard to possess the house in Brimpton where he now 
dwells, son Thomas to give up his share of the park to son Richard. 
To my five sons Richard, Thomas, William, Henry and George Goddart 
four score of sheep apiece. To daughter Magdalen ^100 if she marry 
with consent of mother, otherwise 100 marks. Daughter Mary ^20. 
Poor of Brimpton 40 s . Poor of Thatcham 40 s . To my son's child 
John Goddart 4 acres of land in Kingsclere, co. Southampton, now 
occupied by John Bacheloure, failing heirs remainder to his brother 
Henry Goddart. To my son's child Richard Goddart one house in 
Newbury, co. Berks, now in occupation of Morgan, failing heirs 
remainder to his brother Thomas Goddart. Son Henry to have grazing 
of three kine in the park of Crockham, co. Berks. Dated 18 June 
1582. Proved 30 May 1590 by Richard Goddart. 

P.C.C. 35 Drttry. 



I59I- 

CHRISTIAN GODDARDE of Brimpton, in the county of Berks, 
widow. John, Henry, Thomas and Richard Goddarde, the sons 
of John Goddarde my son, late of Brimpton, deceased, all my part of 
Crockham Park, co. Berks, equally divided. Roger Goddarde my 
god-son. George and Joan Goddarde the children of George Goddarde. 
Elizabeth Hunte. Anne Heache. Mary, Jone, Elizabeth and John, 
the children of Thomas Goddarde. Residue to Henry son of my son 
John Goddarde, deceased, who is appointed full exor. Overseers : My 
two sons Thomas and George Goddarde. Witnesses : Launcelote 
Hodgson, clerk, Rofcte Powle, Thomas Goddarde and John Hodgson. 
Dated 18 January 1590. Proved 16 June 1591. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book H, fo. 382. 



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i59i- 



ROBERT GODDARD of Nuneaton, in the county of Warwick, 
gent. To be buried in Nuneaton Church. My father. My mother. 
Brother Thomas. Sister Elizabeth. Rest of brethren and sisters (no 
names). Poor of Nuneaton 6 s 8 d . Rest of goods to Abra my wife, 
who is made sole extrix. Overseer : John Westley. Witnesses : James 
Fenton, Fraunce Bradley, Robert Orson (his mark). Dated and sealed 
29 June 1591. Proved 6 December 1591 by Abra the relict. 

P.C.C. 92 Sainberbe. 



1592. 

NICHOLAS GODDARDE of Enfield, in the county of Middlesex, 
gent. To be buried in parish church of Westminster. John 
Goddarde my father ^100. Brother Samuel 100 marks. Elizabeth 
Goddarde my sister £io, and to Thomas Goddarde ,£5. Children of 
Henrie Goddarde, deceased, ^10 equally divided among them. 
Margerite Goddarde my sister £§. Roberte Aston my servant ^40 
and apparel. Elizabeth Wood, widow, ^£5. Mathias Mason. Residue 
to John Goddarde my brother, who is made sole exor. Overseer : M r 
Smithe of East Greenwich. Witnesses : William Smithe, Peter Wrighte. 
Dated 29 March 1587. Proved 4 April 1592 by exor. 

Consistory Court of Westminster, 284 Elsam. 



1593- 

WILLIAM GODDERD of Finchampstead, in the county of Berks, 
trencher-maker. To be buried in churchyard there. 2 d towards 
reparation of said church. James, William, Nicholas and John my sons. 
Elizabeth Sheewes my daughter. William Clemes, Thomas Sheewes 
and John Crutchefelde my god-children. Elizabeth my wife goods for 
life, at her death to son Walter, who is made exor. Overseers : Henry 
Crutchefielde and Richard Godderd son of William Godderd. Witnesses: 
Henry Crutchefielde and Thomas Barnes. Dated 1 January 159I. 
Proved at Reading 28 April 1593. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book /, fo. 84. 



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1593- 



T OHN GODDARD of Welford, in the county of Berks, husbandman. 
J To be buried in the churchyard there. Churches of Salisbury and 
Welford. Daughters Jone, Eedye and Elizabeth. Rest of goods to 
John my son, who is sole exor. Overseers : Brother Richard Goddard 
and neighbour James Cope. Witnesses : Richard Durand and Wittm 
Agge. Dated 24 May 1593. Proved at Reading 13 October 1593. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book /, fo. 117. 



1595- 

RICHARD GODDARD of Marnhull, in the county of Dorset, 
tailor. Mary Brice, youngest daughter of Robert Brice my 
brother-in-law £20. Robert Brice my brother-in-law my mare and colt 
and £6. My mother 13 s 4 d , which Thomas Combe of Pilestreete 
oweth me. Henry Watt. Elizabeth Bartlett. My man Nicholas 
Joyce 20 s and apparel. Cicily Reade. Charles Bartlett. Henry 
Wattes £1$ in hands of Thomas Yetman of Margaret mansse. John 
Wattes my sword. Residue to Ellen Goddard my mother, who is 
extrix. Overseer : Robert Brice. Witnesses : Nicholas Joyce, Cicely 
Read, Elizabeth Bartlett and others. Dated 1 July, 37 Elizabeth 
(1595). Proved 17 October 1595 by Hellene Goddard, extrix. 

P.C.C. 63 Scott. 



i59i 

VINCENT GODDARD of Marten, parish of Great Bedwin, in 
the county of Wilts, deceased. Being sick in the house of M r 
Edmond Pyke, gent, who married the mother of the said Vincent a 
little before his death, did ask often for his brothers Edmund Goddard 
and Edmond Pyke, son of said Edmund Pyke his father-in-law, 
and being in perfect mind, made to them divers and sundry times, 
especially one Friday, 26 October 1594, his last testament or last will 
nuncupative, and desired the said Edmond Goddard to be good to 
Gabriell Pyke, saying "he was his only joy," or to same effect, being 
then and there present John Annett, Henry Collins, Elizabeth Pyke, 
with others. Proved 14 February iS9f. 

P.C.C. 73 Dixye. 



I59f 

BONIFACE GODDARD de Childrey, in the county of Berks. 
Leaves all his goods to brother William Goddard and appoints him 
sole exor. Witnesses : George Richardson and William Goddard. 
Dated 30 January 159^. Proved 15 February 1597-. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book f, fo. 49. 
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1598. 

THOMAS GODDARD of Upham, in the county of Wilts. To be 
buried at Albourne. Poor of Albourne, Wanborough, Swindon, 
Ramsbury, Ogbourne S l George and S' Andrew and Marlborough. Son 
Richard Goddard. Son James Goddard, to whom he leaves a farm 
called "Blackland." Anne daughter of son James. Thomas eldest 
son of son Richard. Edward second son of son Richard. Richard 
youngest son of son Richard. Elizabeth daughter of son Richard. 
Nephew Thomas Goddard of Standen Hussey. Edmond Goddard. 
Son Richard Goddard exor. Supervisors : Cousins Thos Hinton and 
John Goddard of Albourne, son James Goddard, cousin Jno : Gardyner. 
Witnesses : Thomas Goddard, Thos Hinton, Jno : Goddard, Jno : 
Wylde, James Goddard. Dated 2 June 1594. Proved 12 May 1598 by 
son Richard. 

P.C.C. 40 Lewyn. 



1598. 

THOMAS GODDARD of Clatford, in the county of Wilts. To be 
buried in churchyard of Preshute. Daughters Mary and Anne. 
Constance Goddard. Daughter Elizabeth Lewes. To son Richard 
lands in Hampshire and Clatford. My wife Winyfrithe and son Richard 
Goddard exors. Witnesses : John Leland, Jno : Evans, Rich d Butler, 
Mathewe Tarrant. Dated 18 April 1595. Proved 23 May 1598. 

P.C.C. 34. Lewyn. 



1594- 

PHILLIP GODDARDE of Henwicke, parish of Thatcham, diocese 
of Sarum, in the county of Berks, yeoman. To be buried in parish 
church of Thatcham. Mother church of Sarum. Poor of Thatcham 
^10. For preaching 10 sermons for 10 years 6 s 8 d . John Shipton 
my son-in-law and his children. My eldest son John Goddarde. My 
wife Emme. Son John to have remainder of lease called " Princes." 
Roger Goddarde my son and his children. Maude my daughter, wife 
of Edward Smith, and her children. Alice my daughter, wife of John 
Mayne, and her son. Phillip and Emme Goddarde the children of my 
son John. Residue to wife Emme and Vincent Goddarde my son, 
who are joint exors. Overseers : Brother Richard Goddarde of 
Bucklesbury, co. Berks, yeoman, son-in-law John Shipton of Shawe, co. 
Berks, tanner, and John Goddard of Thatcham my son. No witness. 
Dated 12 January i59§. Proved 17 January 159!-. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book J, fo. 333. 



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i59f- 

JOAN GODDARD of Childrey, in the county of Berks, widow. 
A sermon to be preached at burial. Two bushels of wheat and one 
of malt for poor people at burial at the church. Ringers 4 s . Four men 
to carry me to church 2 s . Fine linen to four daughters and to Anne 
Palmer, Anne Goddard and Joan Pitfall, which is done up and their 
names written on. Oldest son William Goddard and Anne Goddard. 
Alice and Ursuley Goddard. Margaret my daughter and Joane Pitfall 
her daughter and all her other children. Daughter Dorothie; John and 
Thomas Palmer her sons, Anne and Jone Palmer her daughters and all 
her other children. Daughter Joan Cooke, Francis Cooke and all her 
other children. Daughter Margery, Besse Burges her daughter and all 
her other children. Thomas and William Hasell my oldest daughter's 
sons. Thomas Goddard my son appointed sole exor. To parish 
church of Childrey to be lent to one or two poor men yearly at discretion 
of parson and churchwardens 10 s . Overseers : William and Henry 
Hasell. Dated 12 June 1598. Proved at Newbury 2 March 159!- 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book J, fo. 38 r. 



1599- 

RICHARD GODDARDE of Bucklesbury, in the county of Berks, 
yeoman. Mother church of Sarum 4 d . John Goddard my eldest 
son. James Goddard my son a table standing at the vicarage. Richard 
Goddard my son table and bedstead, &c, standing at "bushills greene." 
Joan my daughter. All the rest of my children (no names) a bushel of 
barley a year. Richard Goddard my god-son, son of said John Goddard. 
Adam Pigion son of Adam Pigion. Vincent and George Goddard sons 
of aforesaid John Goddard. John Mastoll my servant. To three sons 
(if they can get it) ,£20 of that due debt owing me by John Bushnell. 
Residue to kinswomen Elizabeth, Jane, Joane and Rose Knight, who 
are appointed joint extrixes. Overseers : Richard Webb and Roger 
Goddarde of Bucklesbury. Witnesses : John Burke, George Goddarde, 
William Louth, Rofite Longrove and W m Cally. Dated 24 November, 
42 Elizabeth (1599). Proved 7 December 1599 by extrices named. 

P.C.C. g7 Kidd. 



1600. 

ANTHONY GODDARD of Plymouth, in the county of Devon, 
merchant. Almshouses of Plymouth ^5. All my goods to be 
sold. Late servant Stephin Gammadge ^40. Servant Edward Corke 
^40. John Taylor brother-in-law ^40. My apprentices Anthony 
Bond, Richard Herringe and Giles Cadrge £5 each. Servants John 
Dobell and Mary Hilchins 40 s each. To Mayor and Commonalty of 

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Plymouth for the use of daughters Mary Adams, wife of Abraham 
Adams, and Christian Carpenter, wife of Samuel Carpenter, after 
decease of said husbands, remainder to their children. ^20 towards 
the maintenance of a preacher. John Antill of Plymouth ^20. 
Humfry, William and James Goddard my sons and Avice and Agnes 
Goddard my daughters ^250 each, to be in hands of Mayor and 
Commonalty until they are 21. Thomas Uppam, preacher of Plymouth. 
£10. Walter Clubbe £3 6 s 8 d . Town of Plymouth one demi- 
culveringe of iron, weight 26 hundred and a-half, one long carriage fit 
for her use, one ladel, one sponge and 50 shot, on condition that same 
is set by the Lyme hills near the old castle. John Luxton and John 
Heall my attorneys each. Josua Smaset, physician, p£io. Eldest 
son Anthony Goddard and daughter Phillip Verneworthie, wife of 
Jerome Venneworthie, are made joint exors. Overseers (to have ^5 
each) : Thomas Payne, Thomas Uppam, John Martin, Peter Silvester. 
Witnesses : Lenoard Pomery, Thos Sherwill and H : Codwell. Dated 
28 December, 42 Elizabeth (1599). Proved 10 October 1600. 

P.C.C. 60 Wallopp. 



1 60 1. 

JANE GODDARD of Thatcham, in the county of Berks. Admon, 
9 May 1 60 1, to Mathew Myles. Bondsmen: Mathew Miles and 
John Simons. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book J, fo. 717. 



1 60 1. 

HENRIE GODDERD of Shaston, in the county of Dorset, 
shoemaker. To be buried in churchyard of Blessed Trinity of 
Shaston. Reparation of church of S l Peter's, Shaston i2 d . My son 
Phillip Godderd and Henrie his son, to either of them one silver spoon. 
Silver spoon each to son Henrie Godderd, daughter Katherine and 
Joseph her son, and daughter Elizabeth Godderd. Katherine and 
Elizabeth my daughters 20 s each. Phillip and Henrie my sons all 
cattle divided between them. Two leases of my grounds in Motcombe, 
one by name of John Garret, the other Robert White and his mother, 
to sons Phillip and Henrie, who are made exors. Overseers : William 
Barke and Walter Pitman. Witnesses : Randoll Mories and John 
Moryes, Phillip and Henrie Godderd. Dated 4 November 1601. 
Proved 8 December 1601 by exors named. 

P.C.C. 88 Woodhall. 



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1602. 



RICHARD GODDARD of the parish of Wasing, in the county 
of Berks, yeoman. To be buried in churchyard there. Mother 
church of Sarum and Wasing Church. Daughters Agnes, Elizabeth and 
Joane. Susan my son's daughter. Joane Carter. Margarett Huntt. 
John Mihell and Elizabeth Mihell his son. My brother Lyney. My 
sisters Margarett, Alice and Joane. Son Thomas exor. Overseers : 
Thomas Marshall and John Michaell. Witnesses: Tho Marshall and 
John Michell (Undated.) Proved 30 September 1602. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book J, fo. 885. 



1602. 

RICHARD GODDARD of Hampstead Norris in the county of 
Berks. AdrSon, 22 October 1602, to John Goddard, brother. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book J, fo. foij. 



i6of. 

ANTHONY GODDARD of Hartham, parish of Corsham, in the 
county of Wilts, gent. Bequests to cathedral of Sarum and parish 
church of Corsham. To Joan my wife half of my manor or lordship of 
Hartham and all my messuages in Hartham and Corsham, parcel of the 
inheritance of one Francis Billett, gent, in accordance with an indenture 
4 August 1585, made between said Anthony Goddard of the first part, 
Henry Keble of Sothrop, co. Gloucester, the second part, and Edward 
Goddard my son and heir of the third part, and all furniture and 
implements in my mansion house at Hartham. To Edmond Goddard 
my son 100 marks. Daughters already married 10 s . All lands at death 
of wife to son Edward Goddard and his heirs male, in default to John 
Goddard, now the second son, and heirs male, in default to Edmond 
Goddard youngest son. Exor : Son Edward Goddard. Overseers : 
Brother William Goddard, gent, brother-in-law Edmund Pike, 
son-in-law Humphry Smith. Witnesses : John Osborne and William 
More. Will dated 14 June 1602. Proved 4 February i6of by exor. 

P.C.C. 2 Bolein. 



1603. 

RICHARD GODDARD of Welford, in the county of Berks. 
Admon, 5 May 1603, to Alice Goddard, relict. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book J, fo. ioig. 

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1603. 

ROGER GODDARDE of Hatfield in the county of Hertford, gent. 
To be buried at discretion of exors William Goddarde my son 
and heir six silver Apostell spoons and other articles at 21. Daughter 
Constance Goddarde ^50 at 18. Daughter Agnes Goddard £40 at 18. 
Residue to wife Cicelie, who is sole extrix. Overseers : Kinsmen Eustace 
Grubb and Giles Marson. Witnesses : Henry Smith and Edward 
Wasse. Dated 29 March 1603. Proved 28 June 1603 by relict. 

P.C.C. 41 Bolein. 



1603. 

WILLIAM GODDARD of Ogbourne Meysey, parish of Ogbourne, 
St. Andrew's, in the county of Wilts, gent. To be buried in 
the chancel of Ogbourne S l Andrew's. Churchwardens of Ogbourne 
S' Andrew's, poor of Ogbourne S' George, poor of borough of 
Marlborough. To Elizabeth Goddard my wife my dwelling house, 
lands, &c, in Ogbourne Meysey, meadow called "Bayemeades" in 
Barton, land at Ramsbury known as " Blacke Wood," rectory or 
parsonage of Ogbournes S' George and S' Andrew. If she marry or 
die to son William Goddard and his heirs, remainder to son John 
Goddard, remainder to son Vincent Goddard, remainder to son Thomas 
Goddard, in default to next male heir. My daughter Alice Goddard. 
Exor : My son William. Overseers : My cousins John Earneley, Esq : 
and Edward Goddard, Esq : my brother Anthony Goddard and John 
Raleighe, gent, my nephews William Goddard and Edmond Goddard, 
gent, my brother-in-law Edmund Pyke, gent. Witnesses: Edmund Pyke, 
Edmond Goddard, Richard Hearste, Fowke Hungerford, Christopher 
Hearse, John Goddard and Rob 1 Hennyrige. Dated 8 September, 39 
Elizabeth (1597). Proved n July 1603. 

P.C.C. 55 Bolein. 



1603. 

JOHN GODDERD of the company of the (ship) "Hector," in this 
East India voyage. Wife Marie Godderd. Two children Stephen 
and Jane Godderd. My two friends Hugh Cable, boatswain of said 
ship, and George Rede to pay wife her share. Son's part to be paid to 
hands of his master, Goodman Walton of Greenwich, co. Kent, till son 
be 21. Daughter's part to be paid to Goodman Smith of same place 
till daughter be 16. Residue to wife, who is sole extrix. Overseers : 
Hugh Cable and George Rede. Witnesses : Thomas Stelton, Wittm 
Flaile, Otes Mason and VV m Chaff. Dated 25 November 1602. Proved 
2 November 1603 by extrix. 

P.C.C. 101 Bolein. 



99 



1604. 



SIR RICHARD GODDARD, Knight, Alderman of London. Poor 
prisoners in Compter and Ludgate at the discretion of Sir Thomas 
Hayes, Knight and Alderman of London, M r Henrie Butler, M r William 
Chester, M r William Cotton and M r John Quarrells, or any three of 
them. Christ Hospital ^ioo. Bridewell Hospital ,£100. Parish of 
Edelborowe (Edlesborough), co. Buckingham, where I was born ^20. 
Parish of Barkhampstead, co. Hertford, where I was a scholar, £20. 
Parish of Wingrave, co. Buckingham, where my father dwelt and there 
died, £20. Company of Drapers £100. Poor prisoners in Newgate 
40 s , in King's Bench 40 s , in White Lion in Southwark 40 s , in Marshalsea 
40 s , and in Gatehouse in Westminster 40 s . Poor distressed people in 
Bedlam 40 s . Poor in the Clink 40 s . Poor prisoners in Aylesbury, co. 
Buckingham, 40 s . Poor of parish of Tottenham ^3 6 s 8 d . To Mother 
Cowper of Tottenham 40 s . Master John Paine, sometime a Minister 
but now poor ^5. Alice Morrise a poor widow ^10. Widow of 
Thomas Sotherne in Honey Lane by Cheapside ^5. Poor of the 
French Church in London £20. Henry Payton of London, mercer, 
£10 for the good of Martha Wetherell but not of Robert Wetherell 
her husband, forgive said Robert Wetherell all debts he oweth me. 
Susan Evans, widow, sister to Martha, £10. Her brother 
Henry Pickeringe ^10. The children of William Harrington of 
Beston, co. Salop, by his late wife Bettrice, daughter of Richard Cuff, 
sometime of London, grocer, ^100. Children (five) of William Ball the 
elder of Wingrave ,£25. Elizabeth the wife of Robert Woodroofe J~\o. 
John Adams of Tottenham £10, his brother Edward Adams ^10, 
their sister Elizabeth Stratton ^10. Raph Stynt, mercer, my sister's 
son ,£1,000 out of money owed me by William Cally, draper, and by 
himself the said Raph. Anne and Elizabeth Goddard daughters of 
Edward Goddard, late of Upminster, co. Essex, now in my house, 
^300 at 24 or marriage. My now wife Dame Marrgaret Goddard. 
Thomas Goddard, ironmonger, my brother's son, remainder of leases at 
wife's death, land in Tottenham High Cross, co. Middlesex, also two 
gold rings, one on which my arms are graven, one with a foreign head 
one side, a death's head on another side, my mark on another, with two 
sides for my whole name, my silver basin whereon are graven the arms 
of the Merchant Adventurers and my own arms and many other things. 
My sister Mary Peyton silver. Margarett Berkett, widow, dwelling in 
Bedford, her son and daughter. M rs Barker sometime wife of George 
Goddard, grocer. Son of William Frende, grocer. Gold rings to my 
brother Cutt, ironmonger, and his wife. John Poole, mercer, and his 
wife. Fraunce Dent and his wife. George Greene and his wife. John 
Heayes, ironmonger, and his wife. Henry Peyton, mercer, and wife. 
Robert Pennyngton, fishmonger, and wife. Cousin William Goddard, 
fishmonger, and wife. Old Sippryan 40 s . Residue to cousin Thomas 
Goddard of London, ironmonger, who is sole exor. Overseers : Brother 
Robert Cutt, ironmonger, Raph Stint, mercer. Written by Sir Richard 
Goddard's own hand, was published and read before him, taking it in 
his own hand did deliver it to us William Romeney, R: Gardener. 
Dated 28 April 1604. Proved 8 May 1604 by Thomas Goddard. 

P.C.C. 34 Hartc. 

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JOHN GODDARD of Cirencester, in the county of Gloucester, 
yeoman. To son John Goddard £50 at 21. Daughter Barbara 
£60 at 21. Daughter Alice Goddard £60 at 21. My mother 
Elizabeth Goddard 40 s . Brothers Simon and Edward Goddard. 
god-son Humphrey Agg. My father-in-law William Mann. Poor of 
Cirencester 20 s . All goods to wife Barbara Goddard, who is made sole 
extrix. Overseers (to have 10 s each) : William Mann, John lies and 
AVilliam Hopkins. Debts due to me said John Goddard, testator: Walter 
But of Bisley £?> 2 s ; Thomas Kinge, clothier, brother to Henry Kinge 
of Cirencester, for yarn ^14 10 s g d ; Henry Whi tinge, clothier, for yarn 
55 s ; Rundle of Wilts yarn ^5 10 s 7j d ; Raph Huggins, clothier, co. 
Wilts, yarn £6 6 s ; Master Broade of Rencombe, parson there, 20 toddes 
of wool to be paid now at this shearing time 1603 ; Thomas Moore of 
Banmerton 20 bushels of barley ; White of Hollyrod Ampney 7 bushels 
of barley. Witnesses: W m Nman, W m Hopkins, Jno: lies, Anthony 
Piatt and Jno: Baker. Will dated 29 June 1603. Proved 14 February 
i6o| by Barbara the relict. 

P.C.a 25 Harte. 



1605. 

TOAN GODDARD of Farnham, parish of Tollard Royal, in the 
J county of Wilts, widow. To parish church of Tollard Royal. 
Edward Clement son of John Clement of Senleigh. Andrew Barret 
son of Andrew Barret, Anne Mitchell of Stower. Susan Loder. 
Kinsman John Bower, attendant to the Countess of Pembroke. 
Thomas Goddard, a chaundler in Sarum. William Hawke, taylor. Thomas 
Goddard of Farnham. John Flewell (?), his wife Christian and their 
daughters. Kinsman Alexander Wickes, his oldest daughter. William 
Bower son of James Bower. Kinswoman Anne Spencer of Gillingham. 
God-daughter Joan Bower, daughter of Alexander Bower, Parson of 
Farnham. To poor of every house in Farnham where there is no part 
of a plough kept a bushel of wheat and half bushel of barley, also 40 s in 
money. Brethren James and Thomas Bower exors. Dated 31 January 
i6of. Proved 8 March 1605 by exors. 

P.C.C. 19 Hayes. 



1605. 

HENRY GODDARD de Thatcham parish, in the county of Berks. 
Admon, 1 June 1605, to Anne Goddard, widow. Bondsman: 
Richard Carver. 



Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Admons., Book II, fo. 5. 



1605. 

HENRY GODDARD of Garboldisham, in the county of Norfolk, 
single man. Poor of parish of Elizborough, co. Buckingham, 
where I was born, 10 s , poor of Garboldisham, where I now dwell, 10 s . 
John Pettifer, now of Little Missenden, co. Buckingham, and Joan his 
wife my sister and their children JQ20 to be invested. Sister Elizabeth, 
wife of Alexander Harman of Wickham Marker, co. Buckingham, and 
her children £\. Sister Margaret, wife of Thomas Hauses of Windover, 
co. Buckingham, or her children jQio. Julian the daughter of sister 
Margaret the wife of Thos Gardener of Elizborough, co. Buckingham, 
£6, to her other daughter Katherine £4, if either die 40 s to Misach 
Gardener son of said sister. Sir William Barwick, Knight, in Norfolk, 
40 s for a ring. Lady Barwick 40 s . Mistress Temperaunce Barwick 
eldest daughter of Sir William 20 s . Mary wife of M r Edward Barwick 
40 s . " In respect that Anne wife of William Chessly alias Blakewell 
of Kenenghall, co. Norf : through the perverse dealing & wicked bad 
usage of her s d husband hath been slandered & endured much woe & 
wrong for my sake which William hath also abused his own children 
undeserved under my name, especially the two boys. I do therefore 
in some sort to make amends for the wrong endured by the mother 
give to William Chessly the younger & younger of s d two boys ^30. 
Christopher Chessly the elder of the two ,£20. Elizabeth Chessly the 
eldest daughter £,\o. In hands of overseers to be paid to boys at 21, 
girl at 16." John Fisher and his wife of Garboldisham 20 s . Fraunce wife 
of Robert Crosse of Kenenghall 10 s . Residue to mother Anne Goddard 
of Elisborough, co. Buckingham, who is made extrix. Overseers : John 
Foyster the elder of Kenenghall, co. Norfolk, and Nicholas Blomefield 
of Garboltisham, co. Norfolk. If my mother, who is very aged, 
should die before me I appoint John Pettifer my brother-in-law exor. 
Mistresses Temperaunce, Mary and Susan Barwick, - Greaves 10 s . 
Christopher Durant 10 s . Mistress DorOthie Barwick 20 s . A poor 
child called Thomas Harman of Thetford in Norfolk, son of one 
Harman, late a grocer of Thetford in Norfolk, ^4. Dated 20 June 
1605. Proved 4 December 1605 by Anne Goddard the mother. 

P.C.C. 85 Hayes. 

i6of. 

T OHN GODDARD the elder of the parish of West Hendred, in the 
J county of Berks, yeoman. To be buried in parish church of West 
Hendred. Sons Thomas and Richard Goddard ^20 each. Daughter 
Alice Goddard ^50, half at marriage, half at one year after, if she marry 
not at age of 30. Daughter Ellinore Cox, John and Thomas her sons, 
Margarett and Annes her daughters. John Goddard my eldest son's 
son. Elinor Goddard daughter of my son John. Residue to Elinor 
my wife, who is made sole extrix. Overseers : Richard Peepe my 
brother-in-law and Robert Hutchens. Signed and sealed in presence 
of John Howe, Vicar, Richard Peepe and Richard Yorke. Dated 
1 November 1605. Proved 2 March i6o£. 

Archdeaconry Court of Berks, Book K,fo. 16S. 

The foregoing abstracts of Goddard Wills have been kindly sent 
me by Rainald William Knightley Goddard of Denmark Hill, 
London. — F. A.C. 

102 



& Cerrar or Schedule Indented menconing 

and comprizing those severall pcells and peeces 
of Land arrable, Meadow and Comon pasture, 
w th th'appurtences w th in & by the Indenture 
herevnto annexed are referred to be herein 
menconed and comprized as followeth. 

In the Welbucke Feild. 
Imp r is Foure old Roods lyeing togeather on Woodgate Furlong 
shooting towards Canby Willowes North the land of Robert Barnard, 
Gent, West. 

Item Three Roods lying togeather on the same furlong, the land 
late of Thomas Oswin, deceased, West, and the land of John Walton 
ats Smith, East. 

Item One halfe Acre lyeing on a furlong called Bonacres, the lands 
of Simon Glover, West, & of William Gibson, East. 

Item One Three rood Land lyeing betwixt gates the land of 
Thomas Church, sen, west, & Castledines land East. 

Item One halfe acre on the same furlong, the land of the said 
Robert Barnard, East, & of Thomas Church, sen, West. 

Item one other halfe acre on the same furlong, the land of John 
Boden, East, and of John Morton Esq r , west. 

Item one other halfe acre on the same furlong the land of the said 
Robert Barnard, East, and of William Smith, West. 

Item one old Rood lying vpon long Drabs shooting towards the 
rickes, the Land of William Gibson, west, and the land late of Thomas 
Barrodale, deceased, East. 

In the Shrubb feild. 

Im one Rood shooting into the heay the Land of John Caunt, East, 
and the land late of Thomas Barrodale, deceased, West. 

Item one Rood shooting into Candwells, Castledines Land East, 
and Nicholas Parsons his Land West. 

Item one Three Rood land on the same furlong, the Land of John 
Boden, East, and of William Gibson, West. 

Item One Rood on the same Furlong neare to the Townesend, the 
land late of Thomas Oswin deceased, East, andof Thomas Middleton, West. 

Item One acre Land lyeing on Hogston side shooting towards 
Cussington Brooke, the land of Thomas Church, sen, East, and the land 
of [blank in orig.] Moore, West. 

Item One halfe acre on the same furlong the land late of Thomas 
Oswin, deceased, east, and the land of Hugh Chamberlayn, west. 

Item One halfe acre on the same furlong shooting vpon the ground 
late of the said Thomas Oswin, the land of John Morton, Esq r , East, & 
of John Walton ats Smith, west. 

Item one Three Rood Land on the same furlong, the land of 
Thomas Perman, East, and the land of [blank in orig.] Moore, West. 

In the Southfeild. 
Imp r is One halfe acre on Peasehill shooting into Peasehill Stye the 
land of John Caunt, East, and of the said Thomas Church, west. 

Item One other halfe acre on the same furlong Middletons land 
East, the land of Simon Glover, West. 

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Item One Rood on Stony Lands shooting vpon George Ortons 
hadland, the Land of Nicholas Parsons, North, and the land late of 
Thomas Osvvin, deceased, South. 

Item one other Rood on the same furlong the land of the said 
John Morton, North, & of Hugh King, South. 

Item one other Rood on the same furlong the land of William 
Smith, North, & of John Barrodale, South. 

Item one halfe acre on the same furlong shooting into greene 
Stye the Land of John Caunt, North, and of Thomas Burbage, south. 

Item one halfe acre shooting into greene Stye & to Southfeild 
hades, the Land of Robert Barnard gent North, and of Hugh 
Chamberlayne, south. 

Item One Rood lyeing vpon Flax lands the land late of Thomas 
Oswin deed west, & of [plank in orig.] Moore, East. 

Item Two Roods lying togeather shooting into little Greene Stye, 
the land of the said Robert Barnard, North, and of John Caunt, south. 

Item One old Rood lying beneath M r Barnards Close shooting vpon 
[blank in orig.] Moores grass Hadland, the land of the said Robert 
Barnard, East, & of [blank in orig.] Moore, West. 

Item One halfe acre shooting into Cussington Brooke, the land of 
Thomas Chamberlayne, East, & of the said John Morton, west. 

Item Two old Roods togeather shooting into Cussington Brooke, 
the land of the said Thomas Church, East, and of William Gibson, west. 

Item one halfe acre on the same furlong shooting vpon the land 
late of Thomas Oswin deceased, the land of William Roadley, West, and 
the land of the said Robert Bernard, east. 

Item one other halfe acre on the same furlong shooting vpon the 
land of Hugh King, the land of John Caunt, East, and the land late of 
Thomas Oswin, deceased, west. 

Item one other halfe acre on the same furlong shooting vpon the 
land of Raph Guy the Parsonage land East, and the land of Nicholas 
Parsons, west. 

Item Three Leyes lyeing togeather vpon Southfeild hades next to 
the Close late of Thomas Oswin, deceased, North, John Caunts Land, 

South - Meadow Ground. 

Imp r is One halfe acre lyeing in the South Meadow of Sileby 
shooting to Southfeild hades next the Meadow of the said Robert 
Barnard, North, the Meadow ground late of Thomas Barrodale, deceased, 
south. 

Item one peece lying in the Northings contayning Five Roods next 

the Meadow of John Chamberlayne, West, & of Robert Barnard, Gent, 

East. • 

Tying grasse. 

Imp r is Two Leys lying togeather vpon short lands next the ground 
of John Caunt, East, and of John Morton, Esq 1 ", West. 

Item the fourth part of Two Leyes lyeing vpon March Leyes 
shifting w th the said John Morton the land of John Boden, North. 

Item Two Cow Pastures and Thirty sheepe Cofnons. 

Item Horse pastures and other Cofnons according to the Custome 
of the Towne & feilds of Sileby in the Indenture herevnto annexed 
menconed. 

From the original on parchment in my possession. — F. A. C. 
104 



Title Deeds and Writings relating to Sakeham 
Farm, in the Parish of Shermanbury, in 
the County of Sussex. 



INDENTURE of Feoffment made 10 August 1622, between 
Ockenden Cooper of Cowfolde, co. Sussex, yeoman, of the one part, 
and John Cheale of Perchinge in Abberton or Edberton, co. Sussex, 
yeoman, and William Cheale his son and heir apparent of the other; of 
103 acres of land called "Sakeham" and three acres called "Holmwood- 
meade," late " Butchers," in Shermanbury, co. Sussex, in consideration 
of ^1,100 with warrantry against Sir John Shelley, knight and bart., 
and the heirs of his uncle William Shelley, deceased, and of his 
father John Shelley, esquire, deceased. Witnesses : Jo : Roberts, John 
Backshell, Richard Marchant. 

Signature of Ockenden Cowper on fold. 








BOND dated 10 August 1622, from Ockenden Cooper to John 
Cheale and William Cheale to perform covenant. Witnesses : 
Jo: Roberts, John Backshell. 

Signature of Ockenden Cowper. 



John Cheale of= 
Edburton, co. 
Sussex, yeoman, 
living 10 August 
1622. 



John Shelley,= 
esquire, died 
before 10 Au- 
gust 1622. 



William 
Shelley, 
living 10 
August 
1622. 



William Cheale, living 
10 August 1622. 



Sir John Shelley, knight 
and bart., 10 August 
1622. 



WILL dated 28 December 1684. " I John Cheale the elder of 
Findon, in the County of Sussex, esquire." To the poor of 
Waring Camp and Shermanbury £,\o. To my cousin John Cooke of 
Petworth ^500. To my cousin Mary Shelley, widow, ^300. To my 
cousins Martha Keye, Dorothy Mellish and Philip Cheale £20 each. 
To my kinsman Philip Cheale of Henfield my farm called Sakeham in 
Shermanbury, reversion to my cousin John Cheale of Findon and then 
to my cousin Philip Cheale of Findon, the said Philip (of Henfield) to 

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pay to his sisters Mary and Anne Cheale ^ioo each, and to his sister 
Elizabeth Gatland £20. To my cousin John Cheale of Findon my 
lands " Blackhurst " in Lunster and Waring Camp, co. Sussex. To my 
kinsman Drew Cheale of Findon ^10. Residue to John Cheale of 
Findon my sole executor. Witnesses : John Fletcher, John Cooke, 
George Solmy. Proved 24 October 1685 by said executor. Attested 
copy dated 26 November 1685. 

P.C.C. 



Philip Cheale of Henfield, co. Mary, living 
Sussex, heir to his kinsman 28 December 
John Cheale, the elder, of 1684. 
Findon, esquire, by will dated 
28 December 1684, proved 
(P.C.C.) 24 October 1685. 



Anne, living =Elizabeth, living 

28 December Gatland. 28 December 
1684. 1684. 



INDENTURES of Lease and Release, made 12 and 13 April 1686, 
between John Cheale of Findon, co. Sussex, gent., cousin and heir 
of John Cheale, late of Findon, esquire, and Philip Cheale of Henfield, 
co. Sussex, gent., of the 1st part, John Grattwicke of Sbermanbury, 
esquire, of the 2nd part, and John Cooke the younger of Goring, co. 
Sussex, gent., and John Mellersh of Thakeham, co. Sussex, gent, of the 
3rd part; by which " Sakeham " and " Holmwoodmeade " are granted 
to John Grattwicke for the use of Philip Cheale and his only son John 
Cheale and their heirs male. Witnesses: Charles Smith, Christo r Tillier, 
Hen: Blaxton. 

Seals and signatures of John Cheale and Philip Cheale on fold 
of lease. 

Seals and signatures of John Cheale, Philip Cheale, John Gratwicke, 
signature of John Cooke on fold of release. Witnesses as above. 




106 



Endorsed on release : Memorandum of John Cheale promising any 
required assurance within seven years. Witnesses as above. Signature 
of John Cheale. 

Philip Cheale of Henfield,=f= 
co. Sussex, gent., living 
12 April 1686. 



John Cheale, only son, 
living 12 April 1686. 



INDENTURE of Release made 5 March 17 if, between Philip Cheale 
of Henfield, co. Sussex, gent., and John Cheale of Henfield, his 
eldest son, of the 1st part, Hugh Orlton of the Inner Temple, London, 
gent., of the 2nd part, and Nicholas Goffe of Henfield, gent., of the 3rd 
part ; by which " Sakeham " and " Holmwoodmeade " are granted to 
Hugh Orlton to make him a tenant to suffer a perfect recovery. 
Witnesses : Anne Lavender, Prudence Milles. 

Signatures of Phil : Cheale, John Cheale and Nic s Goffe on fold. 

fftg (&& c&~l 

Philip Cheale of Henfield, =f= 
co. Sussex, gent., living 
5 March 17 if. 



John Cheale of Henfield, Son or 
eldest son, living 5 March 1 7 if. sons. 



INDENTURES of Lease and Release made 22 and 23 April 17 13, 
between Philip Cheale of Henfield, co. Sussex, esquire, John Cheale 
of Henfield, esquire, his eldest son, and Philip Cheale of Uckfield, co. 
Sussex, gent., 2nd son, of the 1st part, Hugh Orlton of the Inner 
Temple, London, gent., of the 2nd part, and William Roberds of 
S* Clements Danes, co. Middlesex, goldsmith, of the 3rd part; by which 
" Sakeham " and " Holmwoodmeade," also farm of " Peppers Durham," 
or "Peppers Deane," about 120 acres, in Thakeham and Shipley, co. 
Sussex, are granted to Hugh Orlton for the purposes of suffering a 
common recovery at law. Witnesses: Edw : Shelley and Phill : Barrett. 

Signatures of Philip Cheale, John Cheale and Phil : Cheale on fold 
of lease. 

Signatures of Philip Cheale, John Cheale, Phil: Cheale, Hugh Orlton, 
W: Roberds on fold of release. Witnesses as above. 

107 



EXEMPLIFICATION of Recovery of " Sakeham " and " Peppers 
Deane" suffered Easter Term, 12 Anne. William Roberds, 
Demandant ; Hugh Orlton, Tenant ; Philip Cheale, John Cheale and 
Philip Cheale, Vouchers. 



Philip Cheale of Henfield,=f= 
co. Sussex, esquire, living 
22 April 1 7 13. 



John Cheale of Philip Cheale of Uckfield, 
Henfield, esquire, co. Sussex, gent., 2nd son, 
living 22 April 1 7 13. living 22 April 17 13. 



"INDENTURES of Lease and Release made 19 and 20 June 1713, 
between Philip Cheale of Henfield, co. Sussex, esquire, and John 
Cheale of Henfield, esquire, his eldest son, of the 1st part, John 
Gratwick of Shermanbury, co. Sussex, esquire, and his daughter 
Mary Gratwick of the 2nd part, John Gratwick of Gervais in Cowfold, 
co. Sussex, esquire, and John Gratwick the younger of Needs in West 
Grinsted, co. Sussex, gent., of the 3rd part, and John Vincent of 
Shermanbury, gent., and John Michell of Cowfold, gent., of the 4th 
part ; by which " Sakeham Farm " and " Peppers Deane " are granted 
to John Gratwick of Gervais and John Gratwick of Needs in trust for 
John Cheale and Mary Gratwick on their intended marriage and their 
heirs male. Witnesses : Hen : Lintott, Anne Lintott, Rich : Britten. 



Signatures of Phil: Cheale and John Cheale on fold of Lease. 
Signatures of Phil: Cheale, John Cheale, John Gratwicke and 
Mary Gratwick on fold of Release. Witnesses as above. 



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tint ^LnJfcffi 





108 



INDENTURE made 23 June 17 13, between John Gratwick of 
Shermanbury, co. Sussex, esquire, and John Cheale of Henfield, 
esquire, by which John Cheale is granted ^27 yearly at death of John 
Gratwick, if his wife Ann survive him, as a compensation for her life 
interest in Woolveley Farm settled on John Cheale and Mary Gratwick at 
their marriage. Witnesses: Hen: Lintott,Anne Lintott and Rich: Britten. 
Signature of John Gratwick on fold. 



Philip Cheale of= 
Henfield, co. Sussex, 
esquire, living 23 June 
1713- 



John Gratwick of Sherman- 
bury, co. Sussex, esquire, 
living 23 June 17 13. 



--Ann, living 
23 June 
I7I3- 



John Cheale of Henfield,=Mary Gratwick, marriage 
esquire, living 23 June 17 13. settlement dated 23 June 17 13. 



WILL of "Philip Cheal of Henfeild in the County of Sussex, 
Gent." "To be buried in the Night in the Parish Church of 
Henfeild without funeral pomp or ostentation." "To every of my 
Children and all my brothers & sisters mourning gloves and hatbands." 
To the poor of Henfield ^5, Shermanbury 40 s , Thackham 40 s . To 
my daughter Mary, wife of John Vincent, gent, ;£no. To my 
daughter Sarah ^745. To my daughter Anne ^625 at age of 21. 
To my son Philip ,£100, a clock, and furniture of the great parlour. 
If my daughter Ann die, her legacy not to be expended on her funeral, 
which is to be like her mother's and brothers. The will of my mother 
Joan Cheale. To my eldest son John Cheale my copyhold in Henfield. 
To my brothers-in-law John Gratwick of Needs and John Gratwick of 
Mockford my lands " Shiprods " in Henfield in case my executor refuse 
to pay my debts. Residue to my son John Cheale my sole executor. 
Witnesses : John Gratwick, Anne Gratwick, Mary Gratwick. Dated 
10 September 1709. Codicil: There being a report that my daughter 
Sarah intends to be married to John Alcock of Henfield, carrier, the 
£600 bequeathed to her is to remain in my executor's hands till she 
or he be dead or married to some one else. Witnesses: Anne Gratwick, 
John Wade, Ann Cheale. Dated 21 January 17 if. Proved 31 May 



1 71 7 by said executor. 



P.C.C. 93 Whitfield. 



Cheale=T=Joan, died before 
10 September 1709. 



Philip Cheale of Henfield, co. Sussex, gent. Will dated= 
10 September 1709 with codicil dated 21 January 
i7if, proved (P.C.C, 93 Whitfield) 31 May 1717. 



JohnCheale, Philip Cheale, A son died John Vin-=Mary, living Sarah, living Ann, living 
executor to living 10 Sep- before 10 cent, gent, 10 Septem- 21 January ioSeptem- 
his father 31 tember 1709. September living 10 ber 1709. 17 if- ber x 7 9- 

May 17 1 7. !7°9- Sept. 1709. 

109 



/ 



" T JOHN CHEALE of Henfeild in the County of Sussex." Poor 
A of Henfield ^5, Shermanbury 50 s . To my wife Mary the 
furniture of the best parlour and chamber over it. To my son John 
my house and lands " Shiprodds " and " Blacklands." To my son Philip 
my copyhold in Oreham, Henfield, and ^500. To my daughter Ann 
^500. Residue to my wife my sole executrix. Trustees : My brother 
Philip Cheale and my cousin John Madgwick of Gervais. Witnesses : 
John Vincent, John Wade, William Britt. Dated 22 September 
1723. Proved 23 September 1727 by said executrix. 

P.C.C. 205 Farrant. 



John Cheale of Henfield, co.= 
Sussex. Will dated 22 Septem- 
ber 1723, proved (P.C.C. 205 
Farrant) 23 September 1727. 



=Mary, executrix to 
her husband 23 
September 1727. 



Philip Cheale, 
living 2 2 Sep- 
tember 1723. 



John Cheale, living 
22 September 1723. 



Philip Cheale, living 
22 September 1723. 



Ann, living 
22 September 1723. 



MEMORANDUM dated 1746, that Philip Cheale, late of 
Shiprods, esquire, deceased, took down and repaired the clappers 
between Sakeham Farm and the lands of Henry Farncombe of 
Shermanbury Place, it being the custom of Shermanbury Place and 
Sakeham Farm to maintain and repair the said clappers. 



" T PHILIP CHEALE of Shiprods in the Parish of Henfeild in 
J- the County of Sussex, gentleman." To my wife Catherine £100 
yearly, charged on "Shiprods" and "Sakeham" in Henfield and 
Shermanbury. To my wife for life my house " Shiprods." To John, 
son of Rev. Christopher Dodson, Rector of Hurstpierpoint, J~ioo. 
To my uncle Philip Cheale of Henfield, gentleman, all my lands in 
Henfield and Shermanbury, "Shiprods "and "Sakeham." Reversion 
to my kinsman Robert, son of my aunt Ann, wife of M r Robert 
Hoffman. Residue to my uncle Philip Cheale my sole executor. 
Witnesses : Ralph Beard, John Parsons, Richard Banks. Dated 
6 June 1744. Proved 17 February 1747 by said executor. 

P.C.C. 34 Potter. 



{John) Cheale. 



Philip Cheale of 
Henfield, gent. ; 
executor to his 
nephew 17 Feb- 
ruary 1747. 



Ann,=f=Robert Hoffman, 



living 
6June 
1744. 



living 6 June 
1744. 



Philip Cheale of Shiprods, Henfield,= Catherine, Robert Hoffman, 
co. Sussex, gent. Will dated 6 June living 6 June living 6 June 
1744, proved 17 February 174^. *744- J 744- 



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TNDENTURES of Lease and Release, made 4 and 5 May 1747, 
between Philip Cheale of Henfield, co. Sussex, gent., of the 1st part, 
Henry Howard of S' Dunstan's in the West, London, gent., of the 
2nd part., and Middleton Howard of the same, gent., of the 3rd part ; 
by which no acres of land in Henfield called " Shiprods," also 
"Sakeham"and "Peppers Deane," are granted to Henry Howard for 
the purpose of suffering a common recovery. Witnesses : Henry Smith, 
Alexander Croke. 

Memorandum dated 8 June 1809 that the above together with the 
exemplification of recovery suffered in pursuance of the same in Easter 
Term, 22 George II., "are in my possession." 

Signature of Rob 1 Hoffman Falconer. Attested copies. 

^^^^^^ ^C6^^&2^ 



" T PHILIP CHEALE of Henfield in the County of Sussex, 
J- gentleman." To my nephew Robert Hoffman lands held of the 
manor of Streatham. To my sister Ann Hoffman freehold and 
leasehold lands in Henfield, Shermanbury, Thakeham and Shipley, co. 
Sussex, she to pay to her son Robert ^"150. To my brother-in-law 
Robert Hoffman £20. To Miss Cassandra Farncombe ,£50. To 
Henry Farncombe, his wife and daughter, each a ring. To Ann, wife 
of George Peircy and Mary Lintott, spinster, ^50 each. To my god- 
children John Pike, Roger, son of John Denet, esquire, Ward, son of 
John Denet of Blaxton, Philip, son of Henry Gatland of Cuckfield, and 
George, son of George Peircy of Henfield, each. To buy "a little 
Bell to be added to the Ring of five bells for Henfield Church" ,£10. 
Sole executrix Ann Hoffman. Witnesses : Moses Arnold, John Ward, 
William Nye. Dated 13 January 1753. Proved 18 February 1754, by 
said executrix. P.C.C. 35 Pinfold. 



Philip Cheale of Henfield, 
co. Sussex, gent. Will 
dated 13 January 1753, 
proved (P.C.C, 35 Pin- 
fold) 18 February 1754. 



Ann, executrix to= 
her brother 18 
February 1754. 



=Robert Hoffman, 
living 13 January 
1753- 



Robert Hoffman, living 
13 January 1753. 



THE Will of Robert Hoffman, junior, of Henfield, co. Sussex, gent. 
To my father Robert Hoffman all my lands, &c, in Henfield, 
Shermanbury, Ashurst, Thakeham and Shipley, co. Sussex. To Ann, 
wife of George Peircey, £50. To my housekeeper Meaer £10 yearly. 
To my god-daughter Jane Malley ^10 at age of 21. Poor of Henfield 
^10. Sole executor my father Robert Hoffman. Witnesses: John Ratley, 
Joseph Harberson, W m Beard. Dated 28 December 1763. Proved 
2 January 1767 by said executor. RC C ^ 



THE Will "of me Robert Hoffman of Henfield in the County of 
Sussex, Gentleman." To my wife Ann Hoffman all my lands, &c, 
in Henfield, Shermanbury, Ashurst, Thakeham and Shipley, co. Sussex. 
To my niece M re Sewell, wife of [plank in orig.] Sewell of Redcross 
Street, London, brewer, ^150. To my cousin Robert Hoffman of the 
Navy Office ^150. To the poor of Henfield ^10. Residue to my 
wife, Ann my sole executrix. Witnesses : Fra : Dear, Ann Edwards 
John Tribe. Dated 7 May 1767. Proved 7 July 1769 by said executrix. 

P.C.C. 248 Bogg. 



Robert Hoffman of=Ann {Faulconer) ; 
Henfield, co. Sussex, executrix to her 
gent. Will dated husband 17 July 
7 May 1767, proved 1769. 2nd wife. 
7 July 1769. 



THE WILL "of me Ann Baley of Henfield, co. Sussex, Widow." 
To M rs Warneford of Dorking £20. Ann Pearcy, widow of the 
late George Pearcy of Henfield, 2 s 6 d weekly. To my nieces Ann, 
Elizabeth and Sarah Faulconer, daughters of my brother William 
Faulconer, £10 each. To my great niece Elizabeth Faulconer, daughter 
of my nephew Thomas Chippen Faulconer, my gold watch and chain. 
To my nephew William, son of my brother William Faulconer, £200. 
To my sister-in-law Elizabeth, wife of William Faulconer, all my wearing 
apparel. To my brother William half of my plate, linen and books. 
To my niece Elizabeth Faulconer a diamond ring. To my great-nieces 
Elizabeth, Mary and Ann, daughters of Thomas Chippen Faulconer, 
my three other diamond rings. Residue of my personal estate to my 
nephew Robert Hoffman Faulconer of Lewes, co. Sussex, gent. To 
my sister Cordelia Faulconer for life the house at Henfield she now lives 
in with lands and cottage and meadow called Town Mead, and then to 
my brother William Faulconer for life, and then to his wife Elizabeth, 
and then to his son Arthur Faulconer and his heirs. To my nephew 
Thomas Chippen Faulconer my copyhold " Great Betley " in Henfield, 
subject to payment of ^300 to each of his three daughters at age of 24, 
also ^500 to my nephew William Faulconer, and £20 yearly to my 
niece Ann Faulconer. To my nephew William Faulconer my leasehold 
"Woolverley" in Henfield, also my freehold "Sakeham"in Shermanbury. 
To my great-nephew John Faulconer the younger, son of my nephew 
John Faulconer, late of Shiprods Farm, Henfield, but now of Brighton, 
my farm "Oram" in Henfield; also, at age of 21, my farm Sweethill 
in Ashurst, co. Sussex, subject to a charge of ^700, to his sister Mary 
at age of 21, and ^52 yearly to his father John Faulconer. My nephew 
William Faulconer and Thomas Chippen Faulconer to be trustees and 
guardians of the said John Faulconer and his sister Mary. To my 



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nephew Robert Hoffman Faulconer " Blackland " and "Stockland" in 
Henfield. To my brother William Faulconer the copyhold house I 
now dwell in, subject to payment of £500 to his daughter Ann. My 
nephew Robert Hoffman Faulconer sole executor. Witnesses : Thomas 
Kidd, Sarah King and Tho: Morgan. Dated 14 August 1809. 

I revoke the legacy of £200 to my nephew William Faulconer, and 
leave it to John Wood of Henfield, esquire, and Thomas Chippen 
Faulconer in trust for my great-niece Caroline Faulconer at age of 2 1 
and my other great niece the 2nd daughter of William Faulconer at 
age of 21. I leave the meadow called Town Mead to my nephew 
Robert Hoffman Faulconer instead of to my sister Cordelia, &c. The 
bequest to my brother William Faulconer is subject to a further yearly 
payment of £10 to his daughter Ann. Witnesses : Thomas Kidd, 
Charles Morgan, Tho: Morgan. Dated 23 August 1809. Proved 
21 October 1809. 



(Abraham)= 

Bayley, 
died before 
14 August 
1809. 



=Ann Faulconer 
of Henfield, co. 
Sussex. Will 
dated 14 Au- 
gust,withcodicil 
dated 23 Au- 
gust, proved 21 



October 1809. page 8j. 



William Faulconer,= 
living 23 August 
1809. (For fuller 
notes of his descen- 
dants, see " Visita- 
tion of England 
and Wales" Vol. 4, 



=Elizabeth, 

living 
23 August 
1809. 



Faulconer. 



John Faulconer, =j= 
formerly of Hen- 
field, then of 
Brighton, living 
14 August 1809. 



William=f= 
Faulconer, 

living 
23 August 

1809. 



Ann, 
living 
14 August 
1809. 



Elizabeth, 
living 

14 August 
1809. 



Sarah, living 
14 August 1809. 



Arthur Faulconer, 
living 23 August 
1809. 



I 

John Faulconer. 
not 21, 14 
August 1809. 



Mary, 
not 21, 
14 August 
1809. 



I 

Caroline, 
not 21, 
23 August 
1809. 



Benjam 
Faulconer, 
died before 
23 August 
1809. 



m^ 1 



Cordelia, 
living 
23 August 
1809. 



Robert Hoffman Faulconer, 
executor to Anne Bayley, 
21 October 1809. 



Thomas Chippen^ 
Faulconer, execu- 
tor to his aunt 
21 October 1809. 



A daughter, 

not 21, 
23 August 
1809. 



.1 I 
Elizabeth, Mary, not 24, 
not 24, 14 August 
14 August 1809. 

1809. 



Ann, not 24, 
14 August 
1809. 



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INDENTURE made 19 January 1814 between William Faulconer 
the younger of Shermanbury, co. Sussex, yeoman, and William 
Borrer of West Town, Hurstpierpoint, co. Sussex, esquire, by which 
William Faulconer mortgages to William Borrer for j£8oo Sakeham 
Farm, of which he is devisee by will of Ann Baley, deceased. 
Witnesses : Sam : Waller, John C : Waller. 

Signatures of William Faulconer and W m Borrer on fold. 
Receipt for £&oo, signed William Faulconer. 

Bond dated 19 January 18 14 from William Faulconer to perform 
covenant, signed William Faulconer. Witnesses as above. 



INDENTURE made 28 June 1814 between William Borrer of 

Hurstpierpoint, co. Sussex, esquire, of the 1st part, William 
Faulconer the younger of Shermanbury, co. Sussex, yeoman, of the 
2nd part, and William Faulconer the elder of Plumpton, co. Sussex, 
esquire, of the 3rd part ; by which Sakeham Farm is mortgaged to 
William Faulconer the elder for ;£ 1,000, the mortgage to William Borrer 
being paid. Witnesses : Geo: Brett, of Hurstpierpoint, Attorney-at-Law, 
Richard Burchett, jun r his clerk, Nathan Borrer. 

Signatures of W m Borrer, William Faulconer, jun r , W m Faulconer, 
Senior, on fold. 

Receipt for ^800, signed W m Borrer. 

Receipt for £200, signed William Faulconer, jun r . 

Receipt dated 20 February 1824 for ,£550 principal, signed 
W m Faulconer, Senior. Witness : F: H: Gell. 





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DRAFT Indenture made 5 February 1829 between William 
Faulconer the younger of Shermanbury, co. Sussex, yeoman, of the 
one part, and John Starr and Benjamin Waters of Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex, yeomen, of the other ; by which Sakeham is mortgaged for 
^300 additional to the ^450 unpaid to William Faulconer the elder. 

Notice dated 5 February 1829 to William Faulconer, senior, late of 
Plumpton, now of Henfield, co. Sussex, esquire, of this second mortgage 
of £300. 

From deeds in possession of the executors of Robert Stephen 
Faulconer. The abstracts of Wills have been made 
from the Probate copies at Somerset House. — F. A. C. 

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« 



Pedigree of Cheale of Henfeld, co. Sussex. 



Philip Cheale of Henfield, co. Sussex, gent. ; heir to his kinsman= 
John Cheale, the elder, of Findon, esquire, 24 October 1685 ; 
died, aged 59, 8 February 1714, bur. at Henfield. M.I. Will 
dated 10 September 1709, with codicil dated 21 January 171^, 
proved (P.C.C. 93 Whitfield) 31 May 17 17. 




=Sarah, died, aged 
56, 15 May 1701, 
bur. at Henfield. 
M.I. 



John Cheale of= 
Henfield, co. 
Sussex, esquire; 
died, aged 44, 
12 July 1727, 
bur. at Hen- 
field. M.I. Will 
dated 22 Sept. 
1723, proved 
(P.C.C. 205 Far- 
rant) 23 Sept. 
1727. 



=Mary Gratwick, dau. and 
coheir of John Gratwick, 
esquire, of Shermanbury, 
co. Sussex ; executrix to 
her husband 23 September 
1727; marriage settlement 
dated 23 June 17 13. 



William Cheale, 
died, aged 21, 
2 September 
1709, bur. at 
Henfield. M.I. 



Ma, 



1$ 



rairv l ek 



Philip Cheale of= 
Uckfield, co. Sus- 
sex, and afterwards 
of Henfield, co. 
Sussex, gent. ; 
executor and heir 
of his nephew 17 
February i74y. 
Will dated 13 
January 1753, 
proved (P.C.C. 
35 Pinfold) 18 
February 1754. 



=Ann, died, 
aged 30, 
18 Decem- 
ber 1722, 
buried at 
Henfield. 
M.I. 



John Cheale, Fellow 
Commoner of Trinity 
College, Cambridge; 
died, aged 18, 17 
October 1731, bur. 
at Shermanbury, co. 
Sussex. 



Philip Cheale of Shiprods, Hen-=Catherine, Ann, 



field,co. Sussex, gent.; matriculated died, aged 

at Magdalen College, Oxford, aged 31,28 Feb- 

17, 14 April 1735; died, aged 29, ruaryi74|, 

8 December 1746, bur. at Hen- buried at 

field. M.I. Will dated 6 June Henfield. 

1744, proved (P.C.C. 34 Potter) M.I. 
17 February 174^. 



living 
22 Sept. 
1722. 



Ann, died, 
aged 3 days, 
1 1 Decem- 
ber 1722, 
bur. at Hen- 
field. M.I. 



John Vincent,=Mary, 
gent., living living 
10 September ioSep- 
1709. tember 
1709. 



I 

Sarah Cheale, 
died, aged 29, 
3 June 1726, 
bur. at Hen- 
field. M.I. 



Robert Hoffman of London, afterwards^ 
of Henfield, co. Sussex; heir and executor 
of his son 2 January 1767; died, aged 83, 
30 June 1769, bur. at Henfield. M.I. 
Will dated 7 May 1767, proved (P.C.C. 
248 Bogg) 7 July 1769. 



=Ann, died, 
aged 70, 24 
April 1762, 
bur.atHen- 
field. M.I. 
1st wife. 



Robert Hoffman of Henfield, co. Sussex, gent. ; died, aged 
34, 24 November 1768, bur. at Henfield. M.I. Will dated 28 
December 1763, proved (P.C.C. 12 Legard) 2 January 1767. 



Compiled from the foregoing Abstracts of Deeds and Wills, with 
some additions from Parish Registers, Grc. — F. A. C. 



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Jftannour. 



A Rent Roll of the Copiholders 
and Leaseholders of the said 
Mannour due for halfe a yeare 
at the Feast of the Anunciacon 
of our blessed Lady S l Mary 
L the Virgin Anno Dni 1666. 



! 



Copiholders 

John Collins ... 

Richard Ranstee ... 

Richard Ranstee late Hickmans 

Richard Searle 

John Luffe ... 

' Rowgore 



Henry Munday for - 



late Robert Mundaies 
Pucklands 
_ Rowses 

Lawrence Penn for a Barne in the Heath 
M r Wallwin 

Edward Patricke late John Patrickes 
Widdow Patricke for Hill house 
John Searle in right of his Wife 
Thomas Patricke in right of his Wife 
Thomas Cobb in right of his Wife 
John Wiat in right of his Wife ... 
John Wiat ... 
Thomas Mathewes... 
Dorothy Woolgar widdow 
Katherine Colebrooke 
John Talmee... 
Thomas Wise 
Robert Wells 
Timothy Readinge ... 
William Westbrooke 



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Freeholders by Covenant 

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Somers 
Hursleyes 
Woolgars 

Richard I.utman for Whitroe 
John Wiat 



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John Durrant ... ... ... o x 

Thomas Richman ... ... ... o ij 

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John Luffe ... ... ... o ii 

Henry Birch ... ... ... ... o 

Thomas Cobb in right of his wife for 3 acres of\ 

Land lyinge in Westdeane ... ... / 

Richard Ransted for Crundle Crouch close ... o 

Rich: Ransted for p te of Langrishes ... o 

John Collins ... ... ... ... o vn 

James Batt ... ... ... o 

Mary Parker ... ... ... ... o 

Ezechiell RatclifTe for a Penthouse vnder the Market \ 

house in Petersfeild ... ... J 

Edmund Yalden ... ... ... o 

Richard Chantrell ... ... ... o 

Richard Chamberlaine Clerke for p te of Langrishes o o 

Henry Munday for p te of [torn] [o o 



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Joslin Family. 
1566. 

«< T OHN JOSCELIN of Harlowe in the Countye of Essex." To be 
J buried in the parish church yard. I give to Jone my wife my house 
wherein I dwell called " piperes " during her life, with my copyhold in 
Harlowe, with remainder to my son William, he paying to my four 
children Fraunces, John, Jone and Agnes five marks apiece. Residue 
to wife Jone, executrix. Witnesses : Rictius Harrison cleric 9 , John 
Wryght, John Hardy the yonger. Dated 26 December 1566. Proved 
1566. 

Archdeaconry Court of Middlesex {Essex 
and Herts) 47 Raymond. 



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1576. 

" IV /f ARGARET JOSSELYN of Rayne pua in the conty of Essex." 

-l-VJ- To be buried in the church yard. To Thomas Josselyne my 
eldest son " the hangingf in the hall & the hanging^ on the est side of 
my chamber & my round table." Alice Vyncen my daughter. Phillippe 
my son. Residue to John Josselyn my son and executor. I make John 
Josselyn of Namgers (?) my supervisor. Witnesses : Roger Car, parson 
of Rayne, Henry Raynberde, Thomas Rust. Dated 14 February 1575. 
Proved 17 May 1576 by executor. 

Archdeaconry Court of Middlesex {Essex 
and Berts) 251 Raymond. 



1589. 

" T OHANE JOSLYN of Harlowe in the Countie of Essex widdowe." 

J To be buried in the churchyard. Frauncis Joslinn my son. My 
son-in-law John Lovill and Johane Lovill his daughter (a minor). 
Thomasinn Maple my daughter's daughter. Agnes Steeven my daughter. 
I give to all my children's children now living four pence each. Residue 
to my son John Joslyn my executor. I make John Hardie, carpenter, and 
Thomas Perye, tailor, my overseers. Witnesses : William Wright, John 
Wrighte, Giles Knight. Dated 17 July 1583. Proved 6 April 1589 
by executor. 

Archdeaconry Court of Middlesex {Essex 
and Herts) 168 Mansfield. 



i6of. 

" T OHN JOCELYNE of the pishe of Highe Rotheinge in the Countye 
J of Essex, Esquier." Born about the end of the year 1529 "when 
I was drowned accordinge to that my Fyrst Bringeinge vpe in mosje 
deepe darkenes of supstition and Idolatrie beinge ... to praye to 
Roodf stockes & stones onlye in the Latten tounge aswell publiqjie as 
privatelie whereof I vnderstood noe worde," &c. To be buried in the 
chancel of Highe Rotheinge church hard by the place where I was 
wont to sit. I give to " the quenes Colledge in Cambridge wher in the 
yere of o r Lord 1549 I was made Fellowe of the howse by Docter 
Cranmer Late Arch Bishope of London the Chefe visiter of the vniSsitie 
in kinke Edwardf dayes one hundreth poundf" to purchase lands for the 
maintenance of "an Hebrwe Lector" yearly. To my nephews Richard 
Jocelyne, esquire, and John Jocelyne, gent, (sons of my brother Rychard 
Jocelyne, esquire, deceased), and to my nephew Thomas Jocelyne, 
esquire (eldest son of my brother Henry Jocelyne, esquier, deceased), 
and to my nephews Frauncis, Henrye and Anthonie Joceline, his 
brothers, £5 each. My god-son Thomas, son of my said nephew 
Thomas Joceline. My god-daughter, the daughter of my nephew 
Roberte Lee, esquire, and Marie his wife. My nieces Wynifride, 
Elizabeth and Katherine Jocelyn (daughters of my brother Henrie). 

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My servant Denys Goodaye, my bailiff. My servants Henry Nevell and 
" olde Nevell." My nephew Christofer Jocelyn, one of the younger 
sons of my brother Henrye. My servant John Allam. Henrye 
Maynerd, esquire, mine old acquaintance, and his wife. My cousins 
Fraunces Barington, esquire, John Wiseman, esquire, and Richard 
Fraunck, esquire. My friend William Towse, esquire. My sister Marie, 
wife of my brother Edward Jocelyne, esquire. My niece Grace Ball, 
another daughter of my said brother Henrye Jocelyn. My nephew 
Roger Higham, esquire. My cousin Jefferye Gate, esquire. My friend 
Mathewe Salwey, gent. Roberte Cullyn, who hath been a true old 
servant to our name. Residue to brother Edward Jocelyn, esquire, 
my executor. Witnesses: Edward Allen, Mathewe Salwey. Dated 19 
July 1603. Proved 19 January i6o|- by executors. 

Archdeaconry Court of Middlesex {Essex 
and Herts) ig8 Grove. 



1625. 

HENRIE JASSELEYNE of Raighne Countie of Essex." To 
be buried in the churchyard of Stebinge. My brother 
Richard ['s son ?] William Jassleyn. Jane Jassleyne daughter of my 
brother Richard. To my brother Richard Jassleyne £4. My sister 
Marie Thirgood, and Thomas and Marie Thirgood her son and 
daughter. My god-son Edward Johnsonne and the other children of 
my sister Sarah Johnsone. My sister Hughes and her children Rebecca, 
Mary and Ellen Wood, and Richard and Elizabeth Hughes. Henry . . . 
grand-child of John Jasselyn. . . . my uncle. My uncle John Jasselyn 
the elder in Raigne, where I do dwell, to be exor and residuary legatee. 
Witnesses: John B . . . John Josslyn the younger. Dated 11 June 1625. 
Codicil : Wearing apparel to nephew Thomas Thirgood. Witnesses : 
Betteris Bridge, Ellen Joselin, wife of John Joselin the younger. [No 
date.] Proved 13 September 1625 by exor. 

Archdeaconry Court of Middlesex {Essex 
and Herts) iij Bushew. 



1698. 

SIMON JOSLINE of White Roothing in the County of Essex 
yeoman." To my kinsman William Josselin of Much Canfield one 
shilling, and the same to my kinsman Henry Joscelin of High Roothing, 
My kinsman Ralph Joscelin of Matching and my kinsman William 
Joscelin of Matching. My brother-in-law Thomas Creed of Aydthrope 
Roothing and my kinswoman Frances Creed of the same. Residue to 
my wife Frances my executrix. Witnesses : John Thorowgood, Samuell 
Marshall, James Scrubie. Dated 18 October, 5 William and Mary. 
(1693). Proved 25 June 1698 by executrix. 

Archdeaconry Court of Middlesex {Essex 
and Herts) 127 Sanney. 



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Voting Family. 



Ja: Young & Isobell Murehead were married Agust 31, 168 . . 

My son James was born the last day of Aprile 1690 and was baptized 

the i ( day of May by M r George Murray. 
My son Robert was born the 20 day of decembr 1691 and daied the 

13 day of Febravary 1692 baptized by M r Flint. 
A Doughter borne Febry 21 th 1693 \ bQth dead fe 
A sone borne May 7 th 1694 / 

I was Maried to Sarah Vetch the 10 day of may 1698 att drumfires 

M r Rott PattoSne minster, 
drumfres 1. My Sone Witt was borne the 16 day of feb^ therafter 

being Thursday about three aclock Afternoone 

1699; dayed May 18, 1700. 
Lieth 2. Marion My daughter the Second Child in this Mariage 

borne June the first about 12 aclock of the day 

1700 Baptisied be hir Grandfather M r Witt Vetch. 
Lieth 3. John the third Child borne the 25 th of August 1701 

Bapt: be M r Witt Wishartt. 
Lieth 4. Gilbertt my fourth Child of the second mariage was 

borne the second of Jan 1 "? att Ten aclock att night 

1703 Bapt: be M r Witt Wishartt. 
Lieth 5. Sarah my fift Child was borne The 16 th of June 1704 

about 12 aClock att night and Baptized the 23 of 

June by M r William Wishartt. 
Lieth 6. Elizabeth my 6 d Child was borne the Second day of 

June 1705 aboutt two oCloak in the Afternoon & 

was baptized by M r William Wishart the 19 th day 

June 1705. 

Lieth 7. My daughter Jean was Born June 19 th 1707 Baptized 
the 2 2 d by M r William Vech my father in Law. 

Lieth 8. June the fift 1706 a daughter borne died unbaptized. 

Lieth 9. Agust 29 th 1708 a sone Called Ebennezer baptized the 
8 day of 7br: following by M r Ja: dickson, minster 
at Lieth. 

Lieth 10. 7br: 2 d 1709 a Son Born Called James, Baptezed the 

9 th Instant by M r John Shaw minster att Lieth. 
drumfres 11. 7br: 21 st 1710 My daughter Agnes was Borne and was 
baptized the 29 th of the Seam Month by M r Robert 
Pattone minister ther. 
dumfries 12. Jan r y 12 th 17 12 My sone Samvell was borne and baptized 
the 2 2 d Instant by M r Witt Vetch his Grandfather. 
13. 9br: 26 my George was borne in the year 17 13 and 
baptizd december the first following by M r RoBt 
Pattone minister in dumfres. 
Wm the 14 th Child was borne the Second day of Jan^ 17 15 baptized 

by M r Jo : Simevell. 
Lweis Agustus the 15 th Child was borne the 23 d of febT 17 16 baptized 

the 24 ditto by M r Robert Pattone. 
March the 18 th 17 18 david my Sone was borne Baptized by M r Patton 
the 31 st of the same mounth. 

From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Letters of Ccesar Thomas Gooch. 



Windsor 8 June 1752. 

My Dear, 

I was a little disordered with a sore throat last Sunday, so did 
not set out upon my Country Ramble 'till Yesterday Morning. I have 
seen Richmond, Hampton Court, & Windsor Castle, and am got to my 
Quarters at the last Place, and as I never spend my Time out of your 
Company so agreably as when I am Writing to You, I will this Evening 
throw my Memorandums in my Journey into a short Journal and 
Dedicate them to my Dear Girl. At Richmond w ch is about 8 Miles 
from London I called upon an Acquaintance, and was Conducted by 
him to that part of y e Town which is Called Richmond Hill ; Where in 
one View you see over a very Wide Valley (not less than 30 Miles 
in Circumferance) more Fine Seats & Gardens, than are to be Seen 
from any other Single Spot of Ground in England, The Thames 
holding its Serpentine Course below for many miles full in your View. 
From this beautiful prospect I went into Richmond Gardens Where 
Merlins Cave, The Hermits Cell, & the Dairy House, all made by 
Queen Caroline, are very well worth Seeing. In the Cave is the 
Queens Library, & figures in Wax Work of Merlin in his Conjurers 
Dress, with his Secretary, Prophetess, Queen Eliz: Her Nurse & an 
Amazonion Queen and at y e Dairy y e Milk is in Marble & China 
Trays &c. and there from 14 Cows. They every Day make little 
butter Cakes to Supply y e Royal family, and the Simplicity & Coolness 
of these 3 Places are very Entertaining. The Gardens are laid out in 
a fine Tast and Contain 547 acres, and in one part of them is a 
Nursery for Pheasants, where by Gathering up the Eggs from Pheasants 
Nests they hatch under Common Hens full 1500 every year. I believe 
I Saw 20 broods of 12 & 14 in a brood and from one Side of y e 
Gardens You have a fine View of London, w ch Standing along Side of 
the Thames, & being Seen from hence end ways, Tis Inconceivable 
into how Small a Compass the City is thrown. Richmond lies on 
y e South or Surry side of y e Thames, and Hampton Court on the 
North side, and y e Lodge or Palace at Richmond being now a very 
Inconsiderable building, I ferryed over y e River and after a three Miles 
ride Came to Hampton Court. The Gardens there are Spacious 
with ever Greens & Statues & fine Walks & Terras's by y e Thames Side 
but not very remarkable. The Palace however makes you amends, 
being a fine beautiful regular old building Consisting of three Courts 
w th Grand Rooms, furnished with good Tapistry & very Valuable 
Pictures and Ceiling Pieces by y e best Masters, amongst which y e 
Cartoons (being Seven Scripture Pieces of y e Acts of y e Apostles by 
Raphael Urban) are y e most Distinguished ; Many others however 
Cannot be too much admired, amongst which are The Ceiling Pieces 
by Verrio and S r Ja s Thornhill, K : Cha s y e i st by Vandike, 9 Beauties 
of King Williams Court by S r Godfrey Kneller, and many Pieces by 
Vandike, Corregio & other great Masters. I should have told you 
that in my Way from Hampton Court I rid over y e Grotto at Twicken- 
ham made by y e late Celebrated M r Pope, thro' which he went from 
his house to his Gardens which are on different Sides of y e Road. 



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I took a bed at Hampton, and Got to Windsor by Dinner and have 
been greatly delighted with y e Park, The vast, Extensive View from the 
Terras, & the Paintings, which are here without Number, and almost all 
by the best Masters. We were shewn 23 Rooms all furnished with 
Pictures, many of which are by Michael Angelo, Verrio, Titian, 
Correggio and other great Painters whose Names I forget, and y e 
Ceiling Pieces exceed those I Saw at Hampton Court. In one Room 
you See 14 Beauties at full length of K: Cha s y e 2 ds Court, by S r Peter 
Lilly And in another an Inimitable picture of the Heads of two Misers, 
The one Selling and the other Paying money for a fine Iewell, 
they tell you was drawn by a Blacksmith, who falling in Love with 
a Painters Daughter, Travelled into Italy, where he Commenced an 
Eminent Painter & by Drawing these two Heads, so Charmed the old 
Painter that he freely bestowed his s d daughter upon him. These 
Paintings I think Cannot be Exceeded, I mean some of the above 
and a Dutch family, a Magdalene at Prayers by Candlelight and Several 
by Titian & Michael Angelo. and now my Jewell I finish my Tour, 
and after Drinking your health and y e healths of all friends at 
Wheatacre, I shall Slip to bed, and set out for London in y e Morning. 



London Tuesday Even: 

I spent this Morning in Reviewing the Paintings at Windsor Castle, 
and having time upon my hands staid there to Dine, and after the Sun 
was a little declined set out for London, where I am arived at Nine, 
and as this outside must Serve as a Cover (not having a frank) I must 
take my Leave of you, desiring you to make my Compliments 
acceptable to all friends at Wheatacre, whom I hope to See at Diss at 
my return, w ch I Intend shall be on friday. 

I am My Dear Jewell Yours, 

with the Warmest Affection, 




Addressed: " To M rs Eliz th Gooch at Tlie Retf 1 M r Giuavas's in 
Wlieatacre^ near Beccles Stiff. By Ipsw ' 1 . Singles/ieet." 



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London 24 Aug' 1754. 

My Dear Life, 

My Reluctance to part with You and our agreable Company at 
Euston threw me into y e Evening immediately, for it was dark before 
I got Ten Miles, and y e bad roads between Ixworth and Bradfield 
Manger (added to our walking at Euston) seem'd to Tire my Young 
Companion, so We took up at Bradfield Manger, but y e next Day we 
stretch'd 54 miles to Harestreet (where we fell in w th M r Harrison) and 
got to London to Day at Ten. We found M rs Pryor and Kitty & 
Cousins Kitty Gooch and Miss Pryor very happy & merry and after 
having walked with Jemmy to Lombard Street, Holborn, beyond Russell 
Street towards Hide Park, Thence to J : Pecks M rs Gile's M r Shipman's 
and Billy Miller's a Second Time (In short a walk of 8 Miles) we are 
got back to Forestreet and have already drank all Your healths, and 
we seem neither of us to be tired. So we begin to think light of our 
Cornish Journey. 

My Dear Polly. I have been with M r Jackson y e Oval Turner that 
M r Vander Hagan recommended, & have bespook y e Frames & Glasses 
that you desired Gilt but you Can't have y m 'till Thursday come se'night. 
You will have some in black Ivory which Can't be Gilt, but they are 
y e Neatest. The Inclosed is y e Size of y e Locket Pictures, & you may 
draw on Ivory of that Size. The Ivory is to be Cut with Scissars with 
y e grain of the Ivory, that is always Cut downwards, from y e Sides to y e 
Ends. I Saw y e Pictures (Engravings of Stranges) of Cleopatra and 
Mary Magdalene, but they are 4 s apiece, & in Attitudes that Can't be 
used in Portrait Painting. So I did not buy them. I have equipped 
Jemmy w th Water Colours and Pencils, and he is to Work very hard 
when he Comes into Cornwall. I Inclose You some Small Pencils and 
wish You good success w th Lady Mary's Picture. 

I find my Dear Betsy I Can't Leave London till Monday Morning 
Jemmy and I are so unprepared for setting out to Morrow, that we 
must Enjoy our Selves here to morrow, and begin the Week with a 
Trip towards y e West. You will be So Good as to direct your Letters 
to me at Newlyn near Penzance in Cornwall, and then to seal them up 
and put y m into a Cover directed to Rob' Jones Esq r in Clements Lane 
Lombard Street and I must Insist that You or Polly Write to me after 
next friday for 3 Posts together, and then I shall have y e pleasure of 
hearing from You every Post while I Guess I shall be there. I am my 
Dear Life with blessing to my Children and Compliments to my Friends, 
& kind Love from all here 

Your most Affectionate 

Husband, 



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Stockbridge 27 Aug 1 1754. 

My Dear Betsy, 

If you think you shan't be tired with y e Account of your 
Rambling Husband's Life since my Saturday's Letter, I will take it 
up where I then left off, and Spend part of this Evening in Silent 
Chit Chat with my Dear Girl. Jemmy and I were too much fatigued 
with our Saturday's Walk, not to Consent very readily to Stay Sunday 
in Town. The Morning I spent in going to a good many places, and 
in the afternoon I Carried M rs Pryor Miss Pryor Kitty and Docf Lewis 
by Water to Chelsea Hospital, which is delightfully Situated two or 
three Miles above Westminster Bridge by y e Thames, and where M r & 
M rs Kitchen entertained us at Tea very friendly. 

Monday Morning I was forced to Wast before I could get to my 
horses at y e End of y e Stones by Hyde Park Corner. So that we got 
only to Bagshot 27 Miles from London before Evening Came upon us. 

In passing thro' Brentford Hounslow Betfound Staines Egham and 
so to Bagshot, nothing remarkable occurred to my Little fellow 
Traveller, except y e Plenty of Gibbets upon Hounslow Heath, and 
the fine Appearance of the River Thames at Staines where we Cross 
over it on a bridge that Divides Middlesex and Surrey. We Lay well 
at Bagshot, and got to Basingstoke in Hampshire by Breakfast, indeed 
as it is twenty miles it was a late one, past eleven of the Clock ; I 
should have told You that before we got to the Town of Bagshot we 
had great Pleasure, for within a Mile or a little more of Egham at Your 
Entrance upon Bagshot Heath are most of y e fine Works that y e Duke 
of Cumberland has made on y e Edge of Windsor Forest, which adjoins 
to y e Heath ; and close by y e Road, you see the Obelisk, the Cascade, 
Chinese Bridge, Grand Serpentine River, Chinese Gaily, and Belvidera 
of Castle so much talked of, with an Infinite number of Plantations of 
Yews and Scotch Firs, many miles Wide upon the most Barren & 
Disagreable Spot of Ground in England, every part of Thetford and 
Newmarket Heaths is a Garden to this Dreary Wast where the Eye is 
tired with a boundless view of Russet Ground, Covered with nothing 
but Ling, without even so many sheep as a Norfolk Farmer has in one 
flock, & those sad looking half Starved Creatures. I was delighted to 
See that Spot of Ground remarkable in History for nothing but it's 
barreness, and the Highway frolicks of S r John Falstaffe and his Madcap 
Companion Prince Henry, in a fair Way to be Celebrated for Beauty 
by the fine Taste of the Duke of Cumberland. For Wonderful is the 
Ornament his Highness has already given to a great Part of this Desart. 
No manner of Entertainment occurred to us to Day in our Ride to 
Basingstoke, nor from thence to this Place, which is a little Sorry 
Thorougfare Corporation on the Edge of Hampshire. For the whole 
Country for near 40 Miles is about one third Sandy barren heath, and 
the other two thirds heavy Wild Downs, Something Mountainous, but 
without a Bush or a Tree except in y e Valleys, and there (except here 
and there where remains a little of y e old forests), the Trees are thin 
and houses more Scarce than Churches in Suffolk ; In short this part of 
Hampshire is the Worst Country I was ever in before But I am told 
Salisbury will make me amends to Morrow, where I shall be at Breakfast. 
Jemmy is very happy here with Trout and Crawfish, upon both which 
we have been feasting. The Inhabitants are Supplied with Vast 



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Quantities of them by a fine Rapid River that Runs thro' this Town by 
Different Cuts, and Crosses the road in Seven Different Places. And 
Jemmy is now Drawing some houses here (w ch are strangely built in 
General) and a Trout that we have been just now eating. He holds 
out as well if not better than I, and is greatly delighted with the hourly 
Increase of the Size of the Hills before us. 

I Intended to have sent by M r Lewis the Lottery Tickets, but I was 
too late at my return from Chelsea to Write by him. Out of N° 32,518, 
32,530 and 32,535 let Polly Choose one, and Half of it shall be her 
Property and the other half and y e two others are yours. I will now 
My Dear Jewell take my Leave, and am With Jemmy's Duty and Love 
And my blessing to my Children and hearty respects to my Friends, 



P.S. We have been puzzled to Get 40 Miles to Day, from y e badness 
of y e Roads over these heavy Downs for y e last 20 Miles, and as 
we are told of very high hills forward, I shall be hardly at Penzance 
in less than 8 Days. 

Betsy Coleman is included when we send our Love to our Diss Friends, 
and her and Dolly's healths are not Omitted when we Toast those 
we Love in Norfolk. 



My Dear Life, 

I Intend every other Day to give my self the Pleasure of Writing 
to my Dear Girl and altho' she will be some time before she receives 
my first two or three Letters, by my removing every post to near 
80 Miles further Distance, yet in a little time I think they will fall into 
such a Succession that she will hear from her old Lover every Post. 
My last was of the 27 th from Stockbridge in Hampshire; from which 
place we set out at Seven yesterday Morning and got to y e City of 
Salisbury in Wiltshire by Ten (15 Miles), where after breakfast we 
walked about and Viewed the Streets, which by running in Paralel 
Lines and Crossing each other in the same manner (in right Angles) 
and leaving out a good market place, make it y e best Laid out Town I 
ever saw. The Streets indeed are too Narrow and y e buildings 
ordinary, but kept very clean by brooks running in narrow channels 
boarded on y e sides thro' every Street, for three Rivers meet here 
or very near and give a great Plenty of Water, as indeed is the Case 
with every great and small Town in this part of y e Kingdom for both y e 
one and the other are built in Valleys. We next Viewed y e Cathedral 



Your ever affectionate Husband, 




Dorchester 29 th Aug 1 1754. 



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which is y e finest Country Building I ever Saw, and has y e Tallest Spire 
That and the Steeple measuring 410 feet. In the Cathedral we fell 
into Chat with three Ladies and three Gentlemen from Gloucestershire, 
who were in y e afternoon going to See Lord Pembroke's House at 
Wilton 3 Miles from Salisbury, and we agreed to bear them Company. 
This Seat was built a great many years ago under y e Direction of Inigo 
Jones and Hans Holbien the two greatest Architects of y e last Century, 
and was furnished with Curiosities by the Grandfather of y e present Earl 
(who is a Young Gentleman upon his Travels). He was a Great Antiquary 
and the Collections of Cardinal Mazarine Cardinal Richlieu and L d 
Arundel being disposed of in his Time he by buying everything of 
great Value, made such a Collection as is astonishing. For every 
Room of y e house is not only full upon the Walls with y e best Paintings, 
but the floors are half Covered with Statues, Busts and other Antiquities. 
They are not to be Described in a Letter ; a Gentleman Came lately 
from Rome only to See them, and Painters and Vertuosi Come to 
Salisbury and Stay Several Weeks and go every Day to Wilton. It is 
much the best Collection in England, perhaps in the AVorld, and had I 
Time to Spare I would ride 200 Miles to see such another Collection. 
This Amusement Cost me y e remainder of Yesterday, and this Morning 
we set out and reached Blandford in Dorsetshire by Dinner and got to 
Dorchester y e County Town in y e Evening. Our ride was about 
40 Miles, which is as far as we Can go in a Day, for altho' y e hills are 
far short of what we have to Go over, yet y e Country here is very 
uneven, and few hills less than half a Mile in their Ascent. We Crossed 
a Forest or Chase in y e Morning belonging to y e Earl of Pembroke, with 
great Plenty of Deer in all parts of it, that entertained Jemmy very 
highly, but he begins to Want Spirits in an Evening, and goes to bed 
more Tired than his Fellow Traveller. The Country is still chiefly Down 
and Valley, but as we approach the Sea it mends in its Soil and 
Cultivation. 

Blandford is a little Town new built since the fire, twenty three 
years ago, and this Town of Dorchester a very ordinary one. In y e 
Morning we set forward to Exeter at about 53 Miles Distance, and 
expect to get thither by Suturday Noon, and there I doubt I must give 
my Companion half a Day's rest. 

M r Meadows offered to assist M r Taylor in any business in which he 
may want help and if he should, desire him to apply to M r Meadows. 

I am my Dear Jewell with blessing Duty Love and Service from 
my self and Jemmy to yo r self and all Yours and our friends 

Your most affectionate Husband, 



P.S. The Pad Carries me as well as a horse of 20 Guineas would, 
for y e hills shorten y e steps of y e horses here and make most of 
them Pacers and Jemmy's Hobby is Cut out for this Country by 
his Sureness of foot. 



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Exeter in Devonshire, 

i Sept r 1754. 

My last Letter to my Dearest was from Dorchester, the County 
Town of Hampshire, where we Lay Thursday Night, and from whence 
we had a tolerable pleasant ride to Bridport (15 Miles) Friday Morning, 
& in our Journey from very high Downs, had a fine Sea Prospect, and 
Views of New Forest in Hampshire, and of y e Isle of Wight (at 30 Miles 
Distance). But within the last five Miles, we went down into Bridport 
(a small Shabby Town [in Dorsetshire] remarkable only for Hemp and 
flax, which they Grow and Spin and make into Cables and Ropes and 
Sail Cloths) a hill 4 Miles in y e Descent, and broken and bad in some 
parts, but the Trouble we had here was only an Introduction to what 
we were to Go through in y e afternoon and Evening, for we had from 
Bridport to Honiton in this County to ride 2 1 Miles (I dare Say) the 
Worst in England. For all this Way you have not in the whole one 
Mile of Level Ground to travel over, but within a very few Yards, as 
soon as you have Descended one hill you begin to Ascend another, 
and one was frightfully steep for a Mile and half together, with Ten 
Thousand Stones (many as big as my head) in the road, So that our 
horses hardly ever touch'd y e Ground or Solid Rock, and we were every 
Minute in Danger, as we Led them, of their falling upon us. This hill 
and 7 or 8 others, all a Mile, and many a Mile and half, and two Miles 
high, and full of Loose Stones, very near Demolished Me and my 
Companion and our two horses, We were Dispirited, and our horses 
foot sore, for y e whole Country for these 21 or 25 Miles is all rock, with 
very little herbage or Covering upon it, and y e roads by length of Time 
and the perpetual Jar of Wheels are full of broken pieces of y e rocks. 
In this Wretched Country they have put up however 4 Turnpikes and 
have begun with near 100 Men to mend these roads, but they expect to 
be twenty Years doing it. At Honiton we got Some roasted Pidgeons 
for Supper. Took y e best Care we Could of our horses, and being 
Encouraged by y e Chat of my Landlord to hope that y e Worst was past, 
We Set out at Nine Yesterday, and got hither by one, and Yet it is but 
15 Miles. The roads however and Hills were Smoother and we had a 
little sand. Here we Lay by yesterday after noon to rest our horses, 
and amused our selves at the Coffee House, and in Viewing y e Cathedral 
and the River and Walks about the City, which is upon y e whole very 
well, altho' without any thing very engaging, 'tis populous, by standing 
upon a large River, within 3 Miles of y e Sea, and by a great Trade 
Carried on in Weaving Stockings, Serges, Duroys, flannels, &c. At 
Noon to Day we are going to Set out for Oakhampton, 22 Miles, and 
expect to Breakfast to Morrow at Launceston in Cornwall 18 Miles 
further, from whence to Morrow afternoon or Tuesday Morning I shall 
Get to M r Nance's, when I shall be still 80 Miles short of Penzance. 
Near, or at the greatest Distance I shall ever be, My Dear Life 

Your most affectionate Husband, 

My blessing attends my Children and my humble service my friends. 
Jemmy sends his Duty & kind Love. These two days he has held out 
rather better than his horse. 

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Exeter Sunday i Sept r 1754. 



Honoured Sir, 

My last Letter was from Salisbury in Wiltshire from which City 
I set out on Thursday the 29 th ult: reach'd Blandford in Dorsetshire by 
Noon, and Dorchester in y e Evening. Within a few Miles of Salisbury 
we went over Cranborn Chase belonging to y e Earl of Pembroke 
very full of large fallow Deer, we had a grand white house of M r 
Doddington's a little after, near us, on our right, and we found 
Blandford a neat new built Town, and the Country all y e way mended 
upon us> by being better Cultivated than Hampshire and by having 
rich Downs. Dorchester for y e County Town I thought but an 
ordinary one. Here we met with the Sherborn and Evil Journals, & 
a new one just published at Salisby. From Dorchester on Friday 
we got to Bridport in y e same County by Noon, where a great deal 
of Hemp and flax is produced and Spun and made into Ropes 
Cables and Sail Cloths, and had a fine View from a high Down 
over great and Little Look (two Villages that Stand in a low 
Woodland) of the Sea, of New Forest in Hampshire and y e Isle 
of Wight. 

We Descended into Bridport from a Hill broken and bad four Miles 
high, and in the afternoon through Charmouth and Axminster in 
Devonshire got to Honiton in that County pretty late in the Evening, 
and Sadly tired and Discouraged, for the Country here for 21 Miles 
from Bridport to Honiton is nothing but Hills. You don't ride one 
Mile out of the 21 on y e Level, but in general within five hundred 
yards after you are down one hill you begin to Climb another and the 
roads in general are very full of Loose Stones of various and Some of 
very large Size, & in Descending a steep Hill next Charmouth our 
horses walked upon Loose Stones for a mile & an half without hardly 
ever touching y e ground, and I expected them to fall upon us as we Led 
them down. This was the worst hill we met with, but it afterwards 
Cost us three hours and an half to get from Axminster to Honiton, 
which is but 9 Miles. They have put up four Turnpikes within 
22 Miles and are Going to mend these roads by Widening them (as 
you have done at Windale hills) and by Laying a broad road highest in 
y e Middle, with Stones at bottom, and Sand & such Soil as they 
Can get at y e Top which as the Country is almost all rock, is not Easy 
to Come at. 

Where they have made this sort of road, it is very agreable 
Travelling, but as it is to extend Thirty four Miles, it will be 20 years 
before it will be all Done. At Honiton Jemmy and I and our 
two horses were in Sad low Spirits ; We Travelled too far and too 
late for such a Country, and a little rest Seemed to be absolutely 
necessary, So we rid very slowly yesterday hither, and gave our 
horses rest till this Morning, when towards Noon .... to set 
out for Ockampton 22 Miles and to get from thence to Launceston 
18 Miles to Morrow, and that Evening or the next Morning to 
M r Nance's, and we have the Comfort to be assured that we have no 
hill so bad as Charmouth hill between this and the Lands end. 
We found Honiton a very handsome Town, and this City pleasant 



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in Several parts of it, and extremely populous. I am Sir, with 
my own and Jemmy's Duty and Kind Love to Yourself My Mother 
and Jenny 

Your ever Dutiful Nephew, 

By being in y e Night I Lost y e View just before You Come to 
Honiton. 



Launceston 3 d September 1754. 

My Dear Life, 

I have but a few Minutes by y e Western Post being going 
forwards to Exeter to Inform You that I Lay last Night at Lyfton (for 
I Lay by all Sunday at Exeter) which is near 40 Miles, and got hither 
at Ten this Morning, where I found M rs Nance and M rs Blighe just 
recovered from Colds. They Seemed both pleased to See Me and my 
Companion, and have been Walking about y e Town with us, where 
y e Ruins of an old Castle give a very pleasant prospect over y e 
Neighbouring Country. 

From Exeter thus far into Cornwall I have had a pleasant Journey, 
over fine Downs, and hills now not to be Complained of for y e roads 
are more mended here than in Dorsetshire, and if y e Hills be but firm 
and whole We don't mind their heigth. I Intended to have taken a 
bed with M r Nance at Trengoff (16 Miles off) but have been forced to 
Consent to Lodge here to Night, and to Morrow I must of course spend 
with M r Nance, shall get to Redruth 40 Miles on Thursday and Expect 
to Dine at Penzance on friday, by which Days post My Jewell shall 
again hear from me. M rs Nance is going to London and from thence 
by Michaelmass Season intends to be at Bath, and as Travelling and 
Change of Air is advised I have half persuaded her to Come into 
Norfolk next Summer. My Dear Life I hope believes that I am 
obliged to Write thus short a Letter (The post Waiting being in 
general a Lame excuse) and that I am with more fondness than can 
be Expressed her most 

Affectionate Husband, 

My Blessing & Love to all of You and Jemmy's Duty. 
M rs Nance sends her Complim ts & her blessing to Dolly and 
MP Bligh her kind Love. 

Addressed: 11 To M rs Gooch at Diss in Norfolk. By Ipsw° h bag" 



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Time to Redruth within 20 Miles of Mounts Bay and by Two on 

Saturday (yesterday) to Penzance and Newlyn, and excepting in Crossing 
to M r Nances, we have had no hills or roads to Complain of. After 
Writing to my Uncle and my Dearest, I ordered Linnen to be aired for 
me at Newlyn, and Came hither last Night to see M r Veale, who with 
M rs Veale received us very Civily, and here I am Writing to my Dear 
Jewell, am to Stay this Evening, and enter upon business to morrow 
morning at Newlyn. I need not tell my Dear Wife how Constantly 
I have given my self y e pleasure of writing to her when ever I fell 
in with Post Towns, but the arival of my Letters, as I was Continually 
removing farther off, must every Post be retarded a Day or Two, a 
Circumstance they will not now be attended with. 

I had great Pleasure in reading your kind Letter of yesterday 
Se'night, and am very happy in knowing that You and my Children 
and little Dolly were then all Well, and I am much pleased that Polly is 
likely to Succeed in Drawing Lady Mary's Picture. I have often great 
pleasure in Looking upon that of my Charmer, which M r & M rs Veale 
think very like. This Letter will go away to Morrow afternoon, and on 
Wednesday I will again Write to my Angel and endeavour to make 
some guess at my Stay here, which I will begin to Shorten all I Can, 
and to keep as Clear as is in my Power of Engagements in Visiting, 
which M r Veale is so obliging as to be every Minute Contriving, and I 
am Sadly embarrased already, for M r Carlyon by Letter Insists on my 
Going home by S' Just, on y e South side of Cornwal, and he and 
M rs Carlyon are Coming here to engage me, and I must Call on 
M r Nance as I go back, who Lives in y e middle of y e County, and 
on M rs Nance, who lives on y e North side, and this round about Way I 
foresee will Cost me 50 Miles riding out of my right road, and will 
delay my happiness of meeting my Dearest. That is a Delight at 
so great a Distance that I am afraid to think upon it, and if I Could I 
really would banish my Dear Girl now and then for a Day or two from 
my fond Mind, but to do that for one hour is not y e Power of My Dear 
Betsy. 

Your excessively fond and most 

affectionate husband, 




P.S. All here Join with me in Blessing, Duty & kind Love for 
You and yours. 

I have Constantly every other Day almost Wrote to my Uncle from 

London and upon the road. 
I shall Write from hence to my Brother of whose Recovery of y e 

Disorder in his Leg I am glad to hear. I have had an Account 

of him from Wheatacre and my Cousin Kitty. 



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I could not pack up any quantity of my Cousin Kitty's Drops, 
but have fallen in with some here. M rs Veale had a pint by her 
untouched. 

Dated " Travater 8 th Sepr 1754" 



Newly n 12 th Sept r 1754. 

Honoured Sir ! 

I shall from time to time in my Letters Continue an Account in 
what manner I spend my time until I have the pleasure of Seeing You. 
My last Letter informed you that I was going to M r Veale's Saturday 
Evening where I staied 'till Monday Morning (it rained so hard all 
Sunday that none of the family could go to Church which is a Mile 
and half off) and about Ten of y e Clock I took Possession of your 
house at Newlyn. Tho: Paul and M rs Gwavas had taken y e best care 
they could of y e beds, but yet by Lying by, out of Use so long, the 
feathers in this moist Air had Contracted such a Dampness, that I 
found my self moist in your bed in the night, and rose and Dressed 
myself and finding Jemmy's bed in y e Same State, I raised him, and we 
Lay for the rest of y e night in our Cloaths, and borrowed the next Day 
a bed of Tho : Paul, where Jemmy and I Lie together in your Chamber. 
As Goods take so much Damage by lying by for 2 or 3 Years, I think 
it would be better for You to Sell all here, but the two bureaus in the 
Balcony Chamber, 2 round Tables, 8 or 10 Chairs, Tea Kettle and a 
few odd things, and Lodge at Penzance or one of y e best Taverns here, 
but that you will Consider of at your Leisure. I will Decline selling 
any goods 'till You have further Determined about them, and if You 
keep y c beds, you may order to have y e feathers taken out and picked, 
w ch is absolutely necessary. I spent Monday afternoon in Viewing y e 
Place here and your Upper and Lower Cellars and y e middle Cellar 
hired of M r Arundel, and Tuesday I went to Mousehole and Looked 
over your Cellar there and the new one hired of Oliver Lere. 

Every thing Seems well Conducted, and as most of y e Summer fish 
are still in bulk I can pretty well Judge of the room that is Wanted, 
when a Thousand hogsheads may happen to be in hand, and I think 
You have no more room than You may Want. Yesterday I spent a 
little time with M r Pennick M r Veale (who Called on Me) and 
M r Vigurs, & in the afternoon, Jemmy & I and Tho : Paul & old Tho : 
Row and Tonkin an old Fishermen, went in a large Boat a little off 
Mousehole to Catch hookfish. The bay with a South West Wind, was 
a little too rough for our Sport, but Jemmy Catch'd a Conger Eel of 
6 or 7 Pounds, and a large Pullock, and we all Catched Mackerel, 
Skads', Chads' and small Congers, and Jemmy was happy beyond 
Description, old Pierce was with us an hour, and he and the old 
Fisherman and Tom Row (your old Cellar Man) are as much pleased 
with Jemmy as he is with them. Pierce & Tom Row Say, he shall run 
down y e Ladder at the Pier and pull a Line with any Lad in Newlyn, 
and that is the greatest thing they can Say of him. I am to See 

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Tregunno and Marrack to Day, and to Morrow I go to Gwavas, and by 
Saturday's Post You shall have a general State of Your affairs here. 
I have had the favour of your Letter of the 5 th and am Sir 

With My Duty to my Mother and my blessing to Jenny and 
Jemmy's Duty and kind Love and y e Duty of all your Serv ts here 

Your most affectionate and 

Obedient Nephew, 



The Sayn boats are every Night on y e Look out, but no Pilchards 

to Speak of have been this Week Caught. 
I have had M rs Gwavas & M r Tilly here and they send their humble 

service. M rs Gwavas Washes my Linnen. 



Newlyn 14 th Sept r 1754. 

My Dear Betsy, 

My last Letter on Wednesday was wrote in such hast, that I had 
hardly time to tell You how much I want you, I will do it now, and 
Continue my Journal, Wednesday as well as the two preceeding Days 
and the Thursday were Spent in Examining into my Uncle's affairs 
here, and at Moushole, & in y e little Trip upon the Bay, and Yesterday 
I and my Uncle's Steward went to Gwavas in Sithney, a Manor where 
my Uncle has two little Farms, and there (it being Eleven Miles off) we 
Spent y e whole Day, our business was to mark near a Hundred Elms, 
Ashes & Sycamores (the most Common Wood there) to be Cut down 
and Sold. We left Jemmy drawing a Cuckoe Fish and a Dog fish, after 
which he was at three in y e afternoon to be attended by his two 
favourite Fishermen and two more hands to fish with hooks two or 
three Leagues down y e Bay, at Nine they returned with Lings, Chads, 
Hakes, Whiting Pullocks and Breams enough to feast y e whole Town of 
Diss for one Day, and the Delight with which he represented the 
Length of Line with which he fished, and the Labour with which he 
and his Brother Fishermen drew up a large Hake, at 15 and 20 fathom, 
is not to be Described. In this Bay (which is like y e Ocean) Ten or 
Twelve sorts of Fish are as plentiful as Roach in our Meer. The 
Turbot is dear, about half or one third of the Price at London. But 
Dorees, Whiting, Pullocks, Tubs and Lings very Cheap, and the Fish 
most Common not a farthing a pound. 



The Hamlets of Newlyn and Mousehole within the Parish of Paul 
lie on y e South West Side of the Bay, and are little more than two 
Single Lines of houses built within 12 or 15 feet of a Cliff more than 
20 feet high, on y e Edge of which is no Wall or rail, So that nothing 
can be more dangerous than to Walk Twenty yards in this narrow 
Street in y e Dark. The Inhabitants are near 2000, and every one 
(Except 2 or 3 Barbers, Shoemakers and Taylors) maintained by 
Fishing, and in this Season of their Curing the Pilchards, I guess it is 
the most Stinking place in y e whole world. There is no one in y e Parish 
that knows anything off the Water, except M r Pennick y e Vicar, who has 
Visited me twice, he is a Single middle-aged Man, keeps house with a 
Sister, and I am to Go to Paul Church in y e Morning, and dine with 
him, and if I make y e Conclusion that I expect with Capt Paul this 
afternoon I Intend to bid adieu to Newlyn to Morrow Evening, and 
Stay a Day or two at M r Veale's where M r and M rs Carlyon are 
expected this day, and then Set out for Norfolk. But I must Call on 
M r and M rs Nance, who live sadly wide, and it will be a long Time 
before I shall See my Dearest, a Reflection that makes me very 
unhappy, for my absence from my Charmer I fear is hardly more than 
half over, and very mortifying is the Thought that I have three Weeks 
still to Live without Clasping my Sweet Girl in my Arms. I Thank 
You for your kind Letter of the 4 th which I received on Thursday, and 
hope my Dear Jewell have Continued writing to Me two posts more, if 
she has not I must blame my Self, for desiring only three Letters 
to Newlyn. I shall Continue Writing to my Jewel every second 
or third Day, and have to beg of her to Write me one Letter this 
Day Senight directed to me at Bath, under M r Jones's Cover, and 
another Letter the Wednesday following directed to M rs Pryors w th out 
a Cover and almost every Post My Dear Life shall hear from her most 

Affectionate Husband, 




My blessing to all my Children & little Dolly and Complim ts to all 

my Friends. 
Jemmy presents his Duty and kind Love. 

I Congratulate Polly upon her Success in drawing Lady Mary, and I 
hope the Miss Morris's and all of You had a great deal of 
Pleasure at Eye Assembly on Monday. 

Jemmy draws & Colours the Fish here very well, but he won't be 
able to draw more than 7 or 8. 



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Newlyn Wedn: 18 Sept r 1754. 



My Dear Betsy, 

My last Letter Informed You of my proposing to Leave this 
Place on Sunday, I Did do so that Evening, after Dining with 
M r Penneck y e Clergyman here, and going to Paul Church forenoon 
and afternoon. We got to Trevalaer abo' 3 Miles by Sunset, and Dined 
with M r Veale on Monday, and spent y e whole Day there, with M r Geo : 
Veale (my Bro r Attorney) and two other Gentlemen, and Yesterday 
M r Veale & M r Penneck and Jemmy and I went to the Lands End, 
Ten Miles from Penzance, Where we Saw Several odd Groupe's of 
Rocks, and a Rocky Cliff of great heigth, every body that Comes here 
go out of Curiosity to y e very End of the Island, but it is hardly worth 
doing, for to See Several Antiquities and Views our ride was not less 
than 30 Miles. We got to Doctor Borlace's (within 3 Miles of 
M r Veales) to Dinner, where we met M r Veale and M r Geo: Veale and 
his Wife (one of the Doctor's Daughters) and were entertained in a 
very genteel manner. The house and Gardens are y e best in these 
parts, and the Doctor (who is a Clergyman and a Justice of y e peace) 
is the most agreable Man I have Seen in Cornwal. The Doctor's 
Father Dined with us, who is a fine Looking old Gentleman in his 
89 th Year. 

In the Evening we found M r Carlyon at Trevalaer, who is Come to 
Shew me the Way to Saint Just, I am Sorry M re Carlyon did not Come 
with him, as I then would have Excused myself going to S ( Just. I ride 
to Newlyn on Mornings and to Trevalaer to Dinner & shall finish and 
pack up every thing at Newlyn to Morrow and Set out with M r Carlyon 
friday morning for S l Just, where I Intend to Spend Saturday and 
Sunday and to Get to M r Nance's on monday, to Launceston on 
Tuesday, and then hasten to Bath as fast as possible. Bath is hardly 
any thing out of my Way, I will Spend there about Two Days (which 
will be necessary to our horses) and will from thence hasten to y e Arms 
of my Charmer with all the Expedition in my Power. 'Tis Impossible 
to Tell You my Dear Life, how much I want you, and how unhappy I 
am and shall be 'till I meet Your Letter at Bath. I Could be happy 
with my Sweet Girl in the Rocky Mountains of Cornwall, Without her 
I am a Stranger to Delight, and should be So in a Palace. Give my 
blessing to my Children and my Love and Service to my Friends and 
believe to be with the utmost fondness My Dear Jewel 

Your most Affectionate Husband 



Jemmy is a great favourite at Trevalaer where he has a little Boy and 
3 female Cousins for ever at his heels. M a Veale has likewise 
the little Girl that she brought under her Apron into Norfolk. 
Jemmy sends his Duty to You & kind Love to his Bro rs & Sisters. 



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Trengoff 23 d Sept r 1754. 



My Dear Life, 

My last was on Wednesday the 18 th from Trevalaer, in which I 
think I acquainted You that M r Carlyon was with us. The next Day 
I spent at Newlyn in finishing my Uncle's affairs there, & in packing up, 
returned to M r Veale's in the afternoon, and on friday the 20 th set out 
with M r Carlyon for S' Just, about 32 Miles. We travelled to Redruth 
18 Miles y e same road we Came in before and then struck cross y e 
County of Cornwall South East, from y e North to y e South Sea, and 
found S c Just by y e side of Falmouth Harbour in a Sort of Amphi- 
theatre or Bason Surrounded by very high hills on all Sides but one 
(where y e Church Stands) of Small Width. The Church is within 
15 Yards of y e Water, but M r Carlyon's house about half way up 
y e South Side of the Hill, on y e North Side of which is y e Sea or 
Harbour. So on y e South Side from y e front of the house Your View 
is to y e Land only, and a few Yards above y e house, the Harbour 
of Falmouth 7 Miles Wide & 4 broad lies below You. 

The house and Gardens are handsome and could not Cost less than 
ioop£ and are very pleasant. All Buildings here are w th Slate 
Stone or Moor Stone, and both agreable to y e Eye. Saturday ye 21 st 
after a late Breakfast, We took a boat belonging to a Sloop that lies 
below M r Carlyon's Hill to oblige Vessels from Turkey to perform 
Quarentine (one of which was then under her Care) and with 4 Oars 
went to Falmouth, a Town built within 60 or 70 Years (about the Size 
of Beccles) on y e North West side of y e Harbour. We walked y e Town 
over, and Viewed Pendennis Castle on y e West Side of y e Mouth 
of y e Harbour, which stands on a very high Hill, and has a Garrison 
of 40 Soldiers, and returned at three to S l Just to Dinner, and as 
this is y e finest harbour by much on this South West part of y e 
Kingdom, and happened then to have two Dutch Men of War in it & 
many large Shipps which we rowed amongst, we very well Entertained. 
The next Day (which was Yesterday) We went to Church twice, and 
after Tea Walked to S l Maws, a little Corporation built by y e Side 
of y e Sea on y e East Side of y e Mouth of y e Harbour, where we went 
and Looked about S l Maws Castle, a Small strong Fortification that 
guards that Side of y e Harbour. S l Maws is a fishing Town like 
Newlyn, and the houses built nearer to a high Cliff, down which in y e 
Night Time People & Cattle are Continually falling. 

This Morning We set out with M r Carlyon from y e South Side to y e 
middle of y e County and Dined at a Brother's of M r Carlyon's at 
S l Austle's, a Market Town, he is a Brother Attorney, married, and has 
two Children, and has another Single Brother (a Clergyman) who 
boards with him. 

After Dinner we set forwards and Called upon M r Carlyon's eldest 
Brother (a Widower with one Child) who lives in a good house near y e 
Sea, Stopped at a Tin work, while Jemmy put on a Miner's Trowsers, 
Wast Coat & Hat, and went down one of y e Mines, and got hither 
by Nine in y e Evening, where we found M r Nance in very high Spirits, 
and to Morrow Morning I shall set out for Launceston (20 Miles 
bad road) Spend an hour with M rs Bligh & M rs Nance, and press on 
Eastward as fast as I Can. 



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I have now Seen a great deal of the North Side of Cornwall and 
near a third of the South Side, and have Crossed it twice, and think it 
upon y e whole a Dismal Country to Live in. They have to boast very 
justly of a Vast Variety of Sea Fish, and of a moderate Share of Trout 
and Salmon in their Rivers, but the Inland Dwellings are a Vast 
Distance from Neighbours, every Where Surrounded with Rocky 
Mountains, and the Prospects chiefly over barren Lands. The 
Buildings or Mansion houses indeed near y e Sea are pleasanter in 
y e Summer, but equally Lonesome and I doubt unpleasant in y e 
Winter. The Excessive riches however produced from their Fish 
and their Mines (which require People of Fortune to Support and 
encourage) induce y e Cornish Gentlemen to Live upon their Estates, 
which they stick at no expence to make agreable, and by a friendly 
hospitable behaviour to each other they Seem to be very happy. They 
have almost all a good Education, Stand a good deal upon their family, 
keep good Company, and are in general polite and Sensible. My Dear 
Angel, I am all Impatience to See You, a Delight that at this Distance 
(for I am still 350 Miles from my Charmer) is hardly ever out of Mind. 
For indeed my Dear You have made my heart So unreasonably Yours, 
that I am Insensible to any Delight, but -that of Thinking of my Sweet 
Girl, of the happiness I have enjoyed in her dear Society, & of the bliss 
I shall Tast when I have her again in my arms. I have No Words Can 
Tell with how much Constancy and Affection I am and ever will be My 
Deare3t Jewel, For Ever Yours 



My blessing Love and Service to my Children Little Dolly & 
Neighbours. 

Jemmy Joins his Duty Love & Service & M r Nance & M r Carlyon 
y r Complim ts . 




Printed from the original letters in tlie possession 
of George Mingay Garrard of The Shrubbery, 
Broseley, co. Salop, kindly sent to me for that 
purpose. — F. A. C. 



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Ansty. 



A Regester of all that were baptised Married and 
buried y e year 1709. 

Josph the son of W m and Anne Willins baptiz: March 27. 
Tho: son of John & Anne Throsby bap: July 3. 
Elnor the Daughter of John and Eliz : Hettery baptised Octobir 30. 
Jos : y e son of Joseph and Sarah Lewin baptiz : Nouember 3. 
Mary y e Daugh: of Will: & Eliz: Symson baptiz: Nouember 13. 
W m the son of W m and Mary King baptiz: nouember 26. 
John the son of John and Catherin Jonson baptiz: nouember 27. 
Joseph and Beniamin y e sons of John and Whiborry Cook baptiz: 
Decern : u. 

Eliz: y e daughter of W m & Elizebeth Dalby baptiz: December 11. 
Joyce daughter of Ralph & Mary Abell baptiz : Janvary 30. 
Mary y e daugh: of Rob' & Mary Martin baptiz: March 1. 
W m the son of W m & Mary Lewin baptiz: March 19. 

none Married. 

Alee the wife of Nat: Hook buried octob: 15. 

Elner the daughter of John & Elizebeth Hettorly buried Nouember 20. 
Beniamin the son of John & Whibiry Cook buried December 23. 
Anne the daughter of John & Elizebeth Hettorly buried December 28. 
Mary the daughter of Rob 1 & Anne Martin buried March 10. 

William Sanderson, Curate. 

Tho: Glouer \ Church 
W m Lewin / wordens. 



From a transcript on parchment in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Cookson Family. 

Date of Baptism 

7 May 1702. M r William Cookson Jun r of Kirkgate had a Child 

born the 20 th day of April, baptiz d the 7 th day 

of May named William. 
21 April 1703. M r William Cookson of Kirkgate had a Child born 

the 2 d of April baptized the 2 1 : named Michael. 
3 April 1704. M r W m Cookson of Kirkgate had a Child born the 

3 d April named Susannah. 
17 June 1706. M r W m Cookson Jun r of Kirkgate had a Child borne 

24 May named John. 

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Date of Baptism 

18 Sepf 1707. 

17 June 1709. 

5 Oct r 1 7 10, 
15 June 171 j. 

I January 17 11. 

28 August 17 12. 

30 July 1 7 13. 
30 June 1 7 14. 

II May 1 7 15. 
7 Sept: 1715. 
12 May 17 17. 

11 Dec r 1717. 
14 Nov r 1 7 18. 

12 July 1720. 

19 Sepf 1720. 
23 June 1722. 

8 Nov r 1722. 
22 d Jan>" 1723. 

9 June 1726. 

10 Oct r 1727. 
Sepf 1730. 

19 Aug' 1742. 



M r W m Cookson Jun r of Kirkgate had a Child born 
2 Sep: baptiz d 18, named Thomas. Marr d 
Marg r Dawson 29 Dec 1747, died 22 Aug' 
1773. She died 24 Oct: 1803. 

M r W m Cookson Jun r of Kirkgate had a Child born 
the 4 June baptized 17 th of the same named 
Frances. 

M r William Cookson of Kirkgate had a Child born 

9 Sepf baptized 5 Oct: named W m . 
Rev d M r Joseph Cookson Lecturer had a Child born 

June 10 bapt: 15 named Susanna. 
Alderman W m Cookson of Kirkgate had a Child 

born 9 Dec r baptized 1 Jan : named 

Elizabeth. Died 23 Ocf 1781. 
M r Joseph Cookson of Kirkgate, Lecturer, had a 

Child born 19 Aug' bap: 28 named Edward. 

Educated at Univ. Coll: Lecturer at the Parish 

Church. Died 29 Aug' 1757. 
W m Cookson Esq: of Kirkgate, Mayor, had a Child 

born 30 June bap'tiz'd 30, named Charles. 
M r Joseph Cookson of Kirkgate, Lecturer, had a 

Child born 3 d June baptized 30 June named 

Hannah. 

Alderman W m Cookson of Kirkgate had a Child 

born 11 of May Bapt: D° D° named James. 
M r Joseph Cookson, Lecturer, had a Child born 7 

Sepf bap: d° d° named Elizabeth. 
M r Joseph Cookson of Kirkgate, Vicar, had a Child 

born the 19 April bap: 12 May named Sarah. 
M r W m Cookson in Kirkgate had a Child born Dec r 

11, Bap: Anne. 
Rev d M r Joseph Cookson, Vicar's Ch : born Nov r 6. 

Bap: 14. Joseph. 
Rev d Joseph Cookson, Vic: Child bo: Jun: 28, bap. 

Jul: 12. Anne. 
M r Alderman Cookson's Ch: Kirkgate bo: Sep: 5, 

bap: 19. Arthur. 
Rev d M r Cookson (Vicar's) Child Born May 31 Bap: 

23. Mary. 

M r Timothy Cookson's Ch: Christ d Bo: Nov r 8 Bap: 
8. Anne. 

M r Tim: Cooksons Ch: Church Y d , Born iob r 28, 

Bap: 22. James. 
Rev d M r Cookson's Ch: Kirkgate, Bo: May 18, 

Bap: 9. Elizabeth. 
M r Tim: Cookson's Ch: Church Y d , Bo: 8, Bap: 10. 

Timothy. 

M r Tim: Cookson's Ch: Kirkgate, Bo: & Bapt: Aug 1 
16. Caleb. 

Rev d M r Edw d Cookson's, Shipscar, Bo: July 21. 
Bap: 19. Frances. 

138 



Date of Baptism 

29 DeC 1744. Rev d M r Edw d Cookson, Lecturer, Bo: Nov: 23, 

Bap: 29. Elizabeth. Bur d at Leeds 15 Jany 
1745- 

7 Dec r 1749. M r Tho s Cookson's, Kirkgate, Bo : Oct : 30. Bap: 7. 

William. Marr d 2 2 d Nov r 1779. Died 1 Feby 
1811. 

16 Aug' 1750. M r James Cookson's, Church Y d , Bo: July 17. 
Bap: 16. 

27 Feb: 1752. M r James Cookson's, Ch: Y d , Bo: Jan: 22. Bap: 27. 
John. 

20 March 1752. M r Thomas Cookson's, Kirkgate, Bo: Feb: 24. Bap: 

20, bur d 12 July 1753. Thomas. 
4 March 1752. James Cookson's, Tenters, Bo: Jan: 18. Bap: 4. 
Samuel. 

10 May 1753. M r Thomas Cookson's, Kirkgate, Bo: March 30. 
Bap: 10. John. 

1 4 June 1754. M r Thomas Cookson's, Kirkgate, Bo: May 18. Bap: 

14. Thomas. 

18 March 1756. M r Thomas Cookson's, Kirkgate, Born Feb: 19. 

Bap: 18. John. Died 1809. 
27 July 1757. Ambrose S. of M r Tho s Cookson bo: June 17, bp: 

July 27 [Chapel Town] and died 8 May 1836. 
27 June 1759. M 1 Thomas Cooksons, Kirkgate, Bo: May 19. Bap: 

27. Christopher. 

10 July 1763. Son of Richard Cookson's, Woodhouse, Bo: June 23. 

Bap: 10. Richard. 
24 June 1765. M r Thomas Cookson's Child, Kirkgate, Bo: May 23. 

Bap: 24. Arthur. Bur: at Holbech 31 Oct r 

1765- 

22 Feb: 1781. William Cookson's Esq. South Parade, bo: Jan: 18, 
bap: 2 2 d Feb: Mary Elizabeth, (late M rs 
Gibbons) 

10 Ap r 1782. William Cookson's Esq. South parade bo: 23 Feb: 
bap: 10. William Dawson. Died 14 Sep r 1 789. 

15 July 1782. James Cookson's, Vicar Lane, born June 14, bapt d 

15. Ann. 

2 July 1783. James Cookson's, Vicar Lane, born May 25. Bap: 2. 
Eliz th . 

30 Aug 1 1783. W m Cookson's Esq: South parade, bo: Aug' 3, bapt 

30. Alicia Margaret. Marr d Rev d R. Morrit: 
& their Son is now owner of Rokeby. 
13 Oct r 1783. W m Cookson, Lady Lane, Bo: Sep: 12. Bap: 13. 
James. 

21 Ap 1 1786. W m Cookson's Esq: (South Parade) Bo: Mar: 5. 

Bap: 21. Fra s Thomas. 
21 Nov' 1787. James Cookson, Vicar Lane, bo: 18, bap: 21. 
Hannah. 

2 2 July 1789. James Cookson, Vicar Lane, bo : June 30, bap : 2 2 July. 

Ann. 

3 May 1790. M r John Cookson's, East Parade, bo: Ap r 5, bap: 3. 

Maria Sarah, died 9 May 1808. 



139 



Date of Baptism 

28 Jan: 1791. Ja s Cookson's, Vicar Lane, bo: Dec: 19, bap: 21. 
Sarah. 

28 June 1791. M r Jn° Cookson's, East Parade, bo: Ap 1 13, bap: 28. 

W m Power, & died 1809. 
16 March 1792. Ja s Cookson, Vicar Lane, bo: Feb: 12, bap: 16 Mar: 

Mary. 

28 Nov r 1792. M r Jn° Cookson's (East Parade) bo: June 14, bp: 

28. John. 

23 Jan: 1794. M r Jn° Cookson's (East Parade) (birth unnoticed) 

bp: 23. Thomas Henry. 
21 May 1794. M r Ja s Cookson's, Vicar Lane, Bo: Mar: 12, bp. 21. 

Frances. 

4 Nov r 1795. Jn° Cookson, Esq. (East Parade) bo: July 31, bp: 4. 
Cha s Turner. 

7 Feb: 1796. W m Cookson, Ebenezer Street, bo: Jan: 12, bp: 7. 
John. 

12 Aug' 1796. Ja s Cookson's, Vicar Lane, bo: July 8, bp: 12. James. 

29 Jany 1798. M r Jn° Cookson's, East Parade, born June i st bp: 29. 

Sophia. 

12 Jany 1 80 1. M r Jn° Cookson's, East Parade, born 17 March 1800, 

bp: 12 Jany 1801. Eliza. 
1 July 1 80 1. M r Ja s Cookson (Vicar Lane) bo: March 20, bp: 1. 

John. 

26 Aug 1 1802. M r Jn° Cookson (East Parade) Born Aug 1 25, 1801, 

bp: 26 Aug' 1802. Harriet. 
7 Jany 1803. M r Jn° Cookson, East Parade, born Oct: 21, bp: 7. 

Edw d . 

23 Feby 1804. M r Jn° Cookson's, East Parade, born Oct: 20, 1803, 

bp: 23 Feby 1804. Charlotte Pugh. 
31 March 1806. M r Thomas Cookson's (Knowstrop) born March 13, 

1803, bp: 31 March 1806. William Dawson. 
31 March 1806. M r Thomas Cookson's (Knowstrop) born 5 Dec r 

1804, bp: 31 March 1806. Thomas Charles. 
26 May 1699. Jonah Fearne of Mabgate had a Child born the 6 th 

May, Bap: 26: named Josiah. 
29 Nov r 1723. M r Josiah Fearne's Child near the Cross born Nov r 
12, Bap: 29. Josiah. 
/Rev d Jos: Cookson 22 Feby 1745 Bur d 
\Eliz th his Wife died 23 Ap 1 1761. 
fq: if y e Vicar; or Edw d Davi . . 
\Eliz: D: of Rev d M r Cookson 3 d July 1746. 
Anne Wife of Rev d M r Cookson 13 July 1746. 
Jn° Son of M r Tho s Cookson of Kirkgate Bur: 5 
Nov r 1750. 



From an old copy on paper kindly lent me by 
Bryan Ediuard Cookson of Settrington 
House, York. — F. A. C. 



140 



Monumental Inscriptions in the disused Chapel 
at Cookhill Manor, co. Worcester. 



DEPARTED THIS LIFE DEC R 30™ 1780 IN THE 60™ YEAR OF 
HER AGE AND 34™ OF HER MARRIAGE WITH CAPT N JOHN 
FORTESCUE OF THE ROYAL NAVY. M RS FRANCES FORTESCUE 
DAUGHTER OF MAJOR NAUNTON LATE OF THE ISLAND OF 

ANTIGUA, WHOSE EXEMPLARY LIFE GOODNESS AND 
PRACTICE OF ALL CHRISTIAN VIRTUES, AS A LOVING WIFE 
TENDER PARENT, AND CHEERFUL FRIEND AND 
COMPANION WAS SUCH, THAT SHE HAS SCARCELY 
LEFT HER FELLOW BEHIND. 
UNDERNEATH THIS STONE DOTH LIE, 
AS MUCH VIRTUE AS COULD DIE, 
WHICH WHEN ALIVE, DID PLEASURE GIVE 
TO EACH ONE DOOM'D WITH HER TO LIVE. 

Black Marble Tablet. 



IN A VAULT UNDERNEATH 
ARE DESPOSITED THE REMAINS OF 
JOHN FORTESCUE ESQ RE 
CAPTAIN IN THE ROYAL NAVY 
AND ONE OF THE LAST SURVIVORS 
OF THE MEMORABLE CREW OF 
THE CENTURION, WHICH SAILED ROUND THE WORLD, 
UNDER THE COMMAND OF 
COMMODORE ANSON. 
RETIRING AT LENGTH FROM THE SERVICE OF THE SEAS 
HE FINISHED HIS EARTHLY COURSE 
AT HIS MANSION OF COOKHILL, THE 9™ DAY OF MAY 1808 
IN THE 87™ YEAR OF HIS AGE. 
ALSO 

IN THE SAME VAULT ARE DEPOSITED 
THE REMAINS OF HIS YOUNGER DAUGHTER 
FRANCES WIFE OF THE REV D JOHN MORGAN A.M. 
VICAR OF BURTON DASSETT, 
WHO DIED AUG ST 5 th I 793> AGED 32 YEARS. 
THIS WORLD'S A CROWDED CITY, LIFE A CROOKED STREET 
THE GRAVE'S THE GREAT EXCHANGE WHERE ALL MEN MEET. 
IF BREATH WERE MERCHANDISE THAT MEN COULD BUY, 
THE RICH WOULD ALWAYS LIVE, THE POOR ALONE MUST DIE. 

Black Marble Tablet. 



141 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
THEODOSIA WILLIAMS 
RELICT OF THE REV D WILLIAM WILLIAMS 
AND ELDEST DAUGHTER OF 
JOHN FORTESCUE ESQ* 1 * OF COOKHILL 
WHO, AFTER A LIFE OF LONG & SEVERE SUFFERING 
WHICH THRO' GRACE SHE WAS ENABLED TO ENDURE 
WITH CHRISTIAN FAITH AND PATIENCE J 
DEPARTED IN PEACE AT BRIDGETOWN HOUSE 
IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK, 
AND WAS INTERRED WITH HER ANCESTORS IN THIS CHAPEL. 
IN SURE AND CERTAIN HOPE OF A JOYFUL RESURRECTION, 
THRO' THE MERITS OF THAT DIVINE REDEEMER 
IN WHOM ALONE SHE TRUSTED FOR SALVATION. 
THIS TABLET WAS ERECTED 
BY HER DAUGHTER AND SON-IN-LAW, 
FRANCES ELEANOR AND EDMUND CHAMBERS. 



UNDER THIS STONE 
IN A VAULT IS INTERRED THE BODY OF 
THEODOSIA 
THE WIFE OF JOHN FORTESCUE ESQ R 
AND DAUGHTER OF HUGH BRAWN ESQ R 
WHO HAVING FINISHED THE COURSE 
THAT GOD HAD SET HER, AND APPROVED 

HERSELF A GOOD WIFE AND MOTHER, 
AND PATIENTLY ENDURED A MISERABLE 
AND SLOW APPROACH OF DEATH J YIELDED 
UP HER BREATH IN THE TRUE AND JUST FAITH 
OF A JOYFUL RESURRECTION, THROUGH THE MERITS 
OF HER REDEEMER, AND THE LOVE OF GOD 
DECEMBER Y E 6 th I 7 64 
IN iETATIS 75 
MORIENDO VIVO. 



Black Marble Tablet. 



\ 



Upright stone against wall. 



HERE LYETH Y E BODY 
OF JOHN FORTESCUE OF 

COOKHILL ESQUIRE 
WHO DIED Y E FIRST OF 
SEPTEMBER I 692 
yETATIS SUjE 69. 



HERE LYETH Y E BODY 
OF M RS ALICEA 



FORTESCUE HIS 



WIFE WHO DIED Y E 



20 T " OF MAY 1664 
jETATIS SUjE 36. 



REQU1ESCANT IN PACE. 



Ledger Stone in Sanctuary. 



142 



HERE LYETH Y E BODY OF WILLIAM 
FORTESCUE ESQUIRE WHO DIED 
DECEMBER THE 25™ 

1 7°^' Ledger Stone in Nave. 

These inscriptions were kindly copied for me by the Rev. 
James Harvey Bloom, M.A., Rector of Whitchurch, 
co. Warwick, 10 November igoi. — F. A. C. 



Waller Family. 

IN MEMORY OF THOMAS WALLER ESQ R 
OF SUTTON HALL IN THIS PARISH 
WHO DIED 15™ OCT R 1836 AGED 70 YEARS. 
AND OF 

MARY HIS WIFE WHO DIED 6™ MAY l8ll 
AGED 43 YEARS. 
ALSO 

OF THEIR TWO SONS WILLIAM NAUNTON WALLER 
WHO DIED 29™ MAY 1807 AGED IO YEARS 
AND GEORGE WILLIAM WHO DIED AT 
WALDRINGFIELD AUGUST 1 4™ 1 834 
AGED 32 YEARS. 

Altar Tomb in Churchyard. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ANN WALLER DAUGHTER OF THOMAS 
AND MARY WALLER, WHO DIED 5™ FEB RY 
1 84 1 AGED 44 YEARS. 
ALSO OF THOMAS WALLER ESQ R OF SUTTON HALL 
ELDEST SON OF THE LATE THOMAS WALLER ESQ R OF THE 
SAME PLACE 
WHO DIED I st FEB RY 1890 IN THE 90™ YEAR 
OF HIS AGE. 

Altar Tomb in Churchyard. 



IN LOVING MEMORY OF THOMAS WILLIAM NAUNTON WALLER 
ELDEST SON OF WILLIAM NAUNTON AND EDITH 

W. WALLER OF SUTTON HALL & BEALINGS 
BORN 5™ JAN ry 1871 DIED 28™ NOV BR 1890. 



IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM NAUNTON WALLER 
OF THE GROVE BEALINGS AND SUTTON HALL 
WOODBRIDGE, DIED IO TH SEPT R 1 899 

AGED ' Marble Cross. 

These inscriptions at Sutton, co. Suffolk, were kindly copied 
for me by the Rev. Edward Dennis Rock, Vicar of 
Sutton, 27 October igoi. — F. A. C. 



i43 



Peren Family. 



IN THE CHURCH. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
HENRY BURCHALL PEREN 
SECOND SON OF 
BURCHALL PEREN ESQ R 
AND ELIZABETH HIS WIFE 
OF COMPTON DURVILLE IN THIS PARISH 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
ON THE 8 th DAY OF AUGUST 1 85 2 
AGED 31 YEARS. 
ALSO OF THEIR SON 
JOHN BURCHALL PEREN, M.D. 
WHO DIED AT DEMARARA 
ON THE 17™ DAY OF AUGUST 1 86 2 
AGED 36 YEARS. 
RESURGAM. 

Marble Tablet in North aisle. 



IN THE CHURCHYARD. 



ALSO 
MARY BURCHALL 
PEREN, DAUGHTER OF 
WILLIAM & MARY PEREN 
WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE JULY 28 th 
18 1 5 AGED 23 YEARS. 
ALSO IN MEMORY OF 
H Y BURCHALL PEREN 
SECOND SON OF 
BURCHALL PEREN ESQ. 
AND ELIZABETH HIS WIFE 

OF COMPTON DURVILLE 
WHO DIED AUG: 8, 1 85 2 
AGED 31 YEARS. 

Head Stone near West door. 



ERECTED 
IN MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM PEREN 
WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE JAN: I 6 th 
1 8 14 AGED 70 YEARS. 
ALSO 

MARY THE WIFE OF 
WILLIAM PEREN 
WHO DIED DEC R I 6 th 1828 
AGED 79 YEARS. 



144 



HERE LIES THE 
BODY OF JOHN PEREN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
MAY 17, 1782 
IN THE 63 rd YEAR 
OF HIS AGE. 
ALSO OF 
JOHN PEREN SON OF 
JOHN & MARY PEREN . . . 
WHO DIED API II . . . 
AGED 56 YEARS. 



HERE ALSO LIES THE 
BODY OF MARY PEREN 
THE WIFE OF 
JOHN PEREN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 

NOV: 12, 176. 

IN THE 52 nd YEAR 
OF HER AGE. 



Head Stone near West door. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
MARY ANN DAUGHTER OF 
BURCHALL AND ELIZABETH PEREN 
WHO DIED SEPTEMBER 1 8, 1 866 
AGED 34 YEARS. 

Head Stone near West door. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM BURCHALL PEREN 
ELDEST SON OF WILLIAM BURCHALL 
AND ELIZABETH PEREN 
WHO WAS BORN MAY 25, 1849 
AND DIED JAN: 23° 1856. 

Head Stone near West door. 



IN THE CEMETERY. 



IN 

AFFECTIONATE 
REMEMBRANCE OF 
HENRY BURCHALL 
THIRD SON OF WILLIAM BURCHALL 
AND ELIZABETH PEREN 
OF COMPTON DURVILLE 
BORN NOV : 5™ 1853 
DIED AUGUST 28 th 1 87 1. 

Marble Cross. 



145 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
BURCHALL PEREN 
BORN 22 nd JANUARY 1790 
DIED 5™ MARCH 1870. 
ALSO ELIZABETH 
WIFE OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DIED MAY 24™ 1880 
AGED 83. 



the reverse side — 



IN 

LOVING MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM BURCHALL PEREN 
BORN NOV: 3 d 1818 
DIED DEC R 15™ 1884. 
ALSO 

IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
ELIZABETH 
WIFE OF THE ABOVE 
WHO ENTERED INTO REST 
DEC R 7™ 1895 
AGED 77. 

Head Stone of Marble. 



IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
JOHN WEARE TEMPLEMAN 
ELDEST SON OF 
ROBERT BURCHALL AND MARY PEREN 

WHO ENTERED INTO REST 
5™ NOVEMBER 1873 AGED IO YEARS. 



Marble Cross. 



These inscriptions were most kindly copied for me by the 
Rev. Frederick Anthony Lefroy, Vicar of South 
Petherton, co. Somerset, 22 August 1901. — F. A. C. 



146 



Spencer Family. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
M: WILLIAM SPENCER OF 
KNOSSINGTON LATE OF THIS PLACE 
ENDOWED WITH A SCIENTIFIC 
MIND & FIRM INTEGRITY HE 
WAS SINGULARLY VALUABLE IN THE 
DUTIES OF HIS STATION, WHILE 
HIS KINDNESS OF DISPOSITION 
ENDEARED HIM TO HIS FAMILY 
AFTER A PAINFUL ILLNESS 
PATIENTLY ENDURED HE WAS 
SUMMONED FROM THIS 
EARTHLY SCENE. 
JANUARY 17™ 1824 AGED 5 1. 
RESTING HIS HOPE ON THE MERCY OF GOD 
THROUGH THE MERITS OF HIS REDEEMER. 
THIS TABLET IS ERECTED, AS 

A TESTIMONY OF SINCERE 
REGARD FOR HIS FAITHFUL 
SERVICES IN THE CAPACITY 
OF STEWARD BY JOHN 
FREWEN TURNER ESQ RE 

Tablet in Church. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
MARY THE DAUGHTER OF 

W M & MARY SPENCER 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE I st OF JULY 1814 
IN THE l8 TH YEAR OF HER AGE. 



IN 

AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE 
OF WILLIAM SPENCER 
WHO DIED FEB. 23 rd 1839 
AGED 43 YEARS. 



ARTHUR & CHARLES SONS OF 
THE ABOVE DIED IN THEIR 
INFANCY. 
FAREWELL WIFE & CHILDREN 
DEAR WHOM I HAVE LEFT 
WITH GRIEF & CARE 
BUT GOD WILL FOR YOU 
ALL PROVIDE IF YOU 
MAKE HIM YOUR ONLY GUIDE. 

147 



BENEATH 
ARE DEPOSITED ' 
THE REMAINS OF 
WILLIAM SPENCER 
WHO DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE 

THE 17™ OF JANUARY 
1824 
AGED 51 YEARS. 
TO WHOSE MEMORY A 
TABLET IS ERECTED IN 
THIS CHURCH. 

ALSO OF 
MARY WIFE OF 
WILLIAM SPENCER 
SHE DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 27™ OF FEBRUARY 
1848 
AGED 77 YEARS. 
MORS EST CERTA ; 
TEMPUS INCERTUM. 

These inscriptions at Sapcote, co. Leicester, were kindly 
copied for me by the Rev. Alfred George Lound, B.A., 
the Rector, f August iqoi. — F. A. C. 



Beebee Family. 



THE REVEREND 
JAMES BEEBEE, M.A. 
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS RECTOR OF THIS PARISH 
DIED JANUARY 27, 184I, AGED 86. 
AS RECTOR, NEIGHBOUR AND FRIEND 
HIS UNAFFECTED PIETY, CHRISTIAN-LIKE LIBERALITY 

AND UNIFORM KINDNESS OF DISPOSITION 
JUSTLY ENDEARED HIM TO ALL HIS PARISHIONERS 
BY WHOM AND A FEW OTHER FRIENDS THIS TABLET IS 
AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATED TO HIS MEMORY. 

Mural tablet on North 'wall of Chancel in 
Parish Church, Presteigne, co. Radnor. 

This inscription was kindly copied for me by the Rev. 
Henry Leotiard Kewley, Rector of Presteigne, 
1 August igoi. — F. A. C. 



148 



INDEX. 



INDEX. 



Abell. 

Joyce, 137. 
Mary, 137. 
Ralph, 137. 

Abley. 

Mrs., 65. 

Aborune. 

John, 73. 

Adams. 

Abraham, 97. 
Edward, 100. 
Ga., 22. 
Isabell, 81. 
J., 22. 

John, 45, 100. 
Margaret, 45. 
Mary, 97. 
William, 84. 

Affleck. 

Charles Edmond, 24. 
Ellen Mary, 24. 
Julia Georgina, 24. 
Norris Edward, 24. 
Sir Robert, Bart., 24. 

Agar-Ellis. 

Diana Mary Blanche Georgiana, 42. 
George, 1st Baron Dover, 42. 

Agar-Robartes. 

Hon ble Thomas Charles, 34. 
Thomas James, Baron Robartes, 
34- 

Agg. 

Humphrey, 10 1. 
Agge. 

William, 94. 

Albemarle. 

Charles, 4th Earl of, 43. 

Alcock. 

John, 109. 
William, 2. 

Aldridge. 

Susan, 27. 

Allam. 

John, 119. 



Allen, Allyn. 

Benedict, 86. 
Edward, 119. 
Francis, 20. 
Katherine, 86. 
William, 86. 

Allenby. 

Samuel Hynman, 38. 

Alliston. 

Marian, 15. 

Mathew, 15. 
Allix. 

Catherine, 52, 56. 

Charles, 52, 56. 

Colonel Charles, 53, 54. 

Charles Peter, 54, 55. 

George Gilbert, 55. 

Isabella Maude, 54. 

John Peter, 52, 53, 55, 56. 

Juliana, 53. 

Maria, 53. 

Marianne, 55. 

Mary Catherine Elizabeth, 53, 54. 
Peter, 52, 56. 

Peter, D.D., Dean of Ely, 52, 56. 
Sarah, 52, 53, 56. 
Thomas, 55. 
Wager, 55. 
William, 55. 
Ambery. 

John, 73. 

Amerer. 

John, 73. 

Anderson. 

Helen, 38. 
Andover. 

Charles Nevinson, Viscount, 41. 

Jane Elizabeth, Viscountess, 41. 

Andrews. 

Edri., 68. 
Prudentia, 68. 

Angelo. 

Michael, 122. 

Annett. 

John, 94. 



151 



Anson. 

Anne Margaret, 42. 

Commodore, 141. 

Thomas, 42. 
Antill. 

John, 97. 
Ardron. 

Margery, 73. 
Argyll. 

John, Duke ofj 41. 
Arnold. 

Moses, ill. 
Arundel. 

Lord, 126. 

Mr., 131. 
Aston. 

Robert, 93. 
Aswyll. 

Jeffery, 84. 
Aughell. 

Richard, 76. 
Austin. 

Jane, 84. 

Joan, 84; 

John, 84. 

Robert, 84. 

Thomas, 84. 
Awberie. 

John, 87. 
Awgroome. 

Thomas, 51 
Awncell. 

- 76. 



Babington. 

Emma, 68. 

John, 68. 
Bacheloure. 

John, 92. 
Backshell. 

John, 105. 
Bainton. 

Katherine, 82. 
Baird. 

Eliza Sophia, 34. 
Baker. 

Agnes, 84. 

Clement, 84. 

Edward, 4. 

Gilbert, I. 

Jane, 84. 

Joan, 84. 

John, 101. 

Thomas, 84. 

Baley, Bayley, Baylie, Bayly. 
Abraham, 1 1 3. 
Anne, 112-114. 
Edith, 82. 
Miss, 7. 
William, 82. 



Ball. 

Grace, 119. 
William, 100. 

Banham. 

Rev. John, 73, 74. 

Banks. 

Richard, IIO. 

Barber. 

Anne, 45. 
Barbara, 2. 
John, 2, 19, 45. 

Barbet. 

William, I. 

Bardnell. 

Mary, 40. 

Barington. 

Frances, 119. 

Barke. 

William, 97. 

Barker. 

Christopher, 14, 64. 
Dorothy, 67, 68. 
Elizabeth, 27. 
John, 27, 67, 68. 
Mrs., 100. 
Robert, 64. 

Barnard, Bernaid. 
Robert, 103, 104. 

Barnes. 

Nicholas, 88. 
Thomas, 93. 

Baron. 

Robert, 73, 74. 

Barrett, Barret. 
Andrew, 101. 
• Gilbert, 44. 
Martha, 44. 
Philip, 107. 
Robert, 15. 

Barrodale. 

John, 104. 
Thomas, 103, 104. 

Barrow. 

Agnes, 23, 24. 
Agnes Osmond, 23. 
Ellen Blanche, 23, 24. 
Georgina Janet, 23. 
Julia Marguerite, 23, 24. 
Mrs., 23. 

Thomas Pownall Pellew, 23. 

Barrymore. 

Richard, Earl of, 33. 

Bartlet, Bartlett. 
Charles, 94. 
Elizabeth, 94. 
I., 25. 
Mr., 117. 



52 



Barton. 

Agnes, 25. 
Edward, 25. 
Edward Ellis, 25. 
Elizabeth, 25, 71. 
George Gray, 25. 
Hester, 71. 
John, 25. 
John Alfrey, Ji. 
Sarah, 25. 
Sophia, 25. 
Thomas, 71. 
William, 25. 
William Alfrey, 71. 

Barvom. 

Odo, 73. 

Barwick. 

Dorothy, 102. 
Edward, 102. 
Lady, 102. 
Mary, 102. 
Susan, 102. 
Temperance, 102. 
Sir William, 102. 

Baskett. 

Robert, 71. 
Thomas, 8, 14, 71. 

Batchelor. 
John, 2. 

Bateman-Hanbury. 

Hon ble Evelyn Augusta, 38. 

William Bateman, Baron Bateman, 38. 

Bates. 

Mary, 39. 

Bathurst. 

Lady Georgina Meriel, 38. 

Batt. 

James, 1 17- 

Baud. 

Frances, 68. 
John, 68. 

Baynes. 

Cicely, 46. 
James, 46. 

Bayntun. 

Alice, 83. 
Anne, 83. 
Edward, 83. 
Henry, 83. 
Katherine, 83. 
Richard, 83. 
Thomas, 83. 

Beard. 

Ralph, no. 
William, III. 

Becher. 

Mary, 39. 



Bedell. 

G., 22. 

Bedford. 

John, Duke of, 33. 

Beebee. 

Rev. James, 148. 

Belgrave. 

Catherine, 68. 
Francis, 68. 

Bengefield. 

Thomas, 90. 
Benson. 

Ann, 14. 

Edward, 14. 

Hannah, 14. 

Martha, 14. 

William, 14. 

Berkett. 

Margaret, 100. 

Bethell. 

Charlotte, 37. 

Bickerton. 

Brewster, 8. 
Edward, 8. 
Elizabeth Ann, 8. 
Frederick Charles, 8. 
John, 8. 
Judith, 8. 
Judith Maria, 8. 
Martha, 8. 
Mary Ann, 8. 
Robert, 8. 
William Henry, 8. 

Biddulph. 

Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Myddelton, 33. 

Bidwell. 

Lady Selina Catherine, 35. 

Bigland. 

Ralph, 48. 

Billett. 

Francis, 98. 

Billingsly. 

Rev. S., 65. 

Bingham. 

Hon ble Albert Yelverton, 37. 

Birch. 

Henry, 117. 

Bircham. 

Frances Ellinor, 36. 

Bishup. 

Susanna, 64. 

Blacket. 

John, 73. 
William, 73. 

Blake. 

Joan, 77. 

Sir Patrick James Graham, Bart., 37. 
Blanc, see Le Blanc. 

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Blaxton. 

Henry, 106. 
Bligh, Blighe. 

Mrs., 129, 135. 
Blomefield. 

Nicholas, 102. 
Bloom. 

Rev. James Harvey, 64, 143, 
Blowfeild. 

John, 1, 2. 
Bocke, see De Bocke. 
Boden. 

John, 103, 104. 
Bohemia. 

Queen of, 21. 
Bold. 

Eliza, 6. 

Elizabeth, 6, 7, 8. 

Hugh, 6, 7, 8. 

Rev. Hugh, 6. 

Jane, 8. 

John, 8. 

Mary, 7, 8. 

Thomas, 6, 7, 8. 

—1 7- 
Bond. 

Anthony, 96. 
Bondwid. 

William, 78. 
Bonner. 

Leonard, 3. 
Bonwens. 

Lambart Henry, 37. 
Borlace. 

Rev. Dr., 134. 
Borrer. 

Nathan, 114. 

William, 114. 
Bosse. 

John, 79. 
Boteler. 

Robert, 73. 
Bothe. 

Rev. John, 77. 
Bower. 

Rev. Alexander, 101. 

James, 101. 

Joan, 101. 

John, 101. 

Thomas, 101. 

William, 101. 
Bozecke. 

Rev. Oliver, 83. 
Bradbeer. 

Arthur Lewis, 30. 

Benjamin Masterman, 30. 
Bradbury. 

Philip, 46. 

William, 46. 
Bradford. 

George, 84. 

Rev. Dr. S., 66. 



Bradley. 

Fraunce, 93. 
Bradshaw. 

Anne, 16. 

William, 16. 
Branford. 

Benjamin, 72. 

Elizabeth, 72. 

Emma Rebecca, 72. 

Susan Mary, 72. 
Brawn. 

Hugh, 142. 

Theodosia, 142. 
Braye. 

Sarah, Baroness, 33. 
Bremble. 

John, 88. 
Brett. 

George, 114. 
Brewet. 

Mary, 40. 
Brice, Brise. 

Ann, 66. 

Elizabeth, 66. 

Frances, 66. 

Joan, 66. 

John, 66. 

Joshua, 66. 

Mary, 66, 94. 

Robert, 94. 

Samuel, 66. 

Shadrack, 66. 
Bridge. 

Betteris, 119. 
Brigeman. 

Rev. Sir John, 76. 
Brightly. 

C, 19. 
Britt. 

William, 1 10. 
Britten. 

Richard, 108, 109. 
Broade. 

Rev. — , 101. 
Broadhurst. 

Henry Tootal, 38. 
Brocket. 

Frances, 22. 

Sir John, 22. 
Brodie. 

Rev. P. B., 64. 
Brodstocke. 

William, 83. 
Broke. 

Jane Anne, 37. 

Brokesby. 

William, 75. 

Brooke. 

Francis Capper, 33. 
Richard, 81. 
Thomas, 81. 



154 



Brookes. 

Mistress, 88. 

Brown, Browne. 
Anne, 26. 
"Aunt," 65. 
Captain, 65. 
Elizabeth, 40. 
John, 91. 
Major, 26. 
Mary, 26. 
Mrs., 26, 65. 
William, 26, 88, 89. 

Browning. 
Anne, 74. 

Buchanan. 

George William, 38. 

Bugge. 

Richard, 83. 

Bull. 

Mary, 27. 

Bullocke. 

Thomas, 82. 

Bunbury. 

Frances, 24. 
Mary, 24. 
Mr., 24. 

Buntyng. 

Thomas, 74. 

Burbage, Burbidge. 
Ann, 13. 
John, 80. 
Mary King, 13. 
Mr., 13. 
Mrs., 13. 
Thomas, 104. 
William, 13. 

Burchett. 

Richard, 1 14. 

Burges. 

Besse, 96. 

Burgh, see De Burgh. 

Burke. 

John, 96. 

Burnaby. 

Rev. Gustavus Andrew, 33- 
Mary Jemima, 33. 

Burnell. 

Henry, 46. 

Isabell, 46. 
Burrell. 

Miss, 21. 
Burt. 

Andrew, 15, 16. 

Anne, 15, 16. 

Anthony, 16. 

Elinor, 16. 

Elizabeth, 15, 16. 

Joan, 15. 

John, 15. 



Burt, continued. 
Margaret, 16. 
Maria, 15, 16. 
Mary, 16. 
Sarah, 16. 
Susan, 16. 
Thomas, 15, 16. 

Burton. 

Mr. 63. 
Bury. 

Lady Emily Alfreda Julia, 36. 

Bushe, Busshe. 
John, 82. 
Thomas, 74, 75. 

Bushnell. 

John, 96. 

But, Butt. 
John, 84. 
Walter, 101. 

Butcher. 

Humfiry, 84. 

Bute. 

John, Earl of, 26, 

Butler. 

Elizabeth Frances, 38. 
Henry, 100. 
Richard, 95. 

Byllingham. 

Rev. Sir Richard, 73. 

Bynne. 

-, 84. 



Cable. 

Hugh, 99. 
Cade. 

John, 92. 
Cadrge. 

Giles, 96. 

Cales, alias Bengefeilde. 

Thomas, 90. 
Cally. 

William, 96, IOO. 
Calthorpe. 

Henry, 1st Lord, 62. 
Camber. 

William, 87. 

Camden. 

Clementine Augusta, Marchioness, 

Campbell. 

John, Duke of Argyll, 41. 

Lady Mary, 41. 
Campion. 

Miss, 22. 
Campyn. 

Henry, 84. 

Car. 

Rev. Roger, 118. 

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Carles. 

Anne, 62. 

Dorothy, 62. 

Elizabeth, 62. 

Jane, 62. 

Richard, 62. 

Walter, 62. 
Carlisle. 

Hon ble and Rt. Rev. Hugh Percy, 
Bishop of, 33. 
Carlyon. 

Mr., 130, 133-136. 

Mrs., 130, 133, 134. 
Caroline. 

Queen, 121. 
Carpenter. 

Christian, 97. 

Elizabeth, 90. 

Jane, 90. 

Joane, 90. 

Robert, 90. 

Samuel, 97. 

William, 90. 
Carrarde. 

John, 84. 
Carter. 

Joane, 98. 
Carver. 

Richard, 10 1. 
Castledine. 

— , 103. 
Cathcart. 

Elizabeth, 7. 
Caunt. 

John, 103, 104. 
Cave. 

Elizabeth, 69. 

Hon ble Henrietta Otway, 33. 
Humfry, 69. 

Sarah, Baroness Braye, 33. 
William, 69. 
Chaff. 

William, 99. 

Chamberlaine, Chamberlayne. 

Hugh, 103, 104. 

John, 104. 

Rev. Richard, 1 17. 

Thomas, 104. 
Chambers. 

Edmund, 142. 

Frances Eleanor, 142. 
Chamelyn. 

Joan, 73. 
Chandos. 

Lady, 82. 

Lord, 82. 
Chantrell. 

Richard, 117. 
Chapman. 

Libeus, 2. 

Rev. Mr., 7. 



Charteris. 

Hon b,e Hugo Richard, Lord Elcho, 
37- 

Chase. 

Richard, 117. 
Chasseron. 

Caroline Letizia, Baronne de (other- 
wise Princess Caroline Letizia 
Murat), 34. 
Chavretto. 

John, 73. 
Cheale. 

Anne, 106, 109-m, 115. 

Catherine, 1 10, 115. 

Drew, 106. 

Elizabeth, 106. 

Joan, 109. 

John, 105-110, 115. 

Mary, 106, 109, IIO, 1 15. 

Philip, 105-111, 115. 

Sarah, 109, 115. 

William, 105, 115. 
Chessly, alias Blakewell. 

Anne, 102. 

Christopher, 102. 

Elizabeth, 102. 

William, 102. 
Chester. 

William, 100. 
Chetle. 

Edward, 87. 
Cheyney. 

Anne, 44. 

Robert, 44. 
Chichester. 

Henry Thomas, Earl of, 33. 
Childerns. 

Robert, 76. 
Childers. 

Louisa Augusta Eardley, 38. 
Chryssel. 

Julian, 78. 
Church. 

Thomas, 103, 104. 
Chute. 

Hon ble Catherine, 22. 

Chaloner, 22. 

Miss, 22. 
Clapham. 

Mr., 15. 
Clark. 

it 
Clement. 

Edward, 101. 

John, 101. 
Clemes. 

William, 93. 
Clerk, Clerke. 

John, 75. 

William, 75. 
Clifford. 

Baroness, see Coke. 



Clive. 

Lady Charlotte Florentia, 23. 

Clubbe. 

Walter, 97. 

Coade. 

Elizabeth, 15. 

Cob, Cobb, Cobbe. 
Agnes, 27. 
Henry, 28. 
John, 28. 
Robert, 27. 
Thomas, 116, 117. 

Codd. 

William, I. 

Codwell. 

H., 97- 
Coke. 

Anne, 43. 

Anne Amelia, Countess of Leicester, 
43- 

Anne Margaret, 42. 
Catharine, 43. 
Dame Catherine, 43. 
Clement, 43. 

Diana Mary Blanche Georgiana, 42. 
Edward, 43. 

Edward, Lord Chief Justice, 41. 
Edward, Lord Viscount Coke, 41. 
Sir Edward, Bart., 43. 
Edward Keppel Wentworth, 42. 
Elizabeth Wilhelmina, 42. 
Jane, 42. 

Jane Elizabeth, Viscountess Andover, 
42. 

Margaret Tufton, Baroness Clifford and 
Countess Dowager of Leicester, 41. 
Lady Mary, Viscountess Coke, 41. 
Richard, 43. 
Robert, 43. 
Theophilus, 43. 

Thomas, Baron of Minster Lovell, 
Viscount Coke and Earl of Leicester, 
41- 

Thomas William, 42, 43. 
Thomas William, Earl of Leicester, 
42, 43- 
Colborne. 

Hon bIe James, 33. 
John, Baron Seaton, 33. 
William, 92. 

Cole. 

Dorothy, 44. 
Mrs., 65. 
Thomas, 44. 
William, 75. 

Colebrooke. 

Katherine, 1 16. 

Coleman. 

Betsy, 125. 

Colens. 

John, 87. 



Colepepyr. 

Frances, 23* 
Martha, 23. 
Mary, 23. 
Richard, 23. 
Thomas, 23. 
Sir Thomas, 23; 
William, 23. 

Collier. 

Sarah, 57. 

Rev. William, 56, 57, 

Collins. 

Henry, 94. 
John, 116, 117. 

Colson, Collson. 
James, 18. 
William, 18. 

Combe. 

Thomas, 94. 

Conyshe. 

John, 85. 

Cook, Cooke. 
Anne, 46. 
Benjamin, 137. 

C 25. 
Dorothy, 84. 
Francis, 96. 
Joane, 96. 
John, 46, 73, 84, 105, 106, 137 
Joseph, 137. 

Rev. Matthew Henry, LL.D., 

Richard, 78, 87. 

Stephen, 73. 

Thomas, 73- 

Whiborry, 137. 

William, 76. 

Cookson. 

Alice Margaret, 139. 
Ambrose, 139. 
Anne, 138- 140. 
Arthur, 138, 139. 
Bryan Edward, 1 40. 
Caleb, 138. 
Charles, 138. 
Charles Turner, 140. 
Charlotte Pugh, 140. 
Christopher, 139. 
Edward, 138, 140. 
Rev. Edward, 138, 139. 
Edward Davi . ., 140. 
Eliza, 140. 
Elizabeth, 138-140. 
Frances, 138, 140. 
Francis Thomas, 139. 
Hannah, 138, 139. 
Harriet, 140. 
James, 138-140. 
John, 36, 137, 139, 140. 
John Blencowe, 36. 
Joseph, 138. 
Rev. Joseph, 138, 140. 
Margaret, 138. 



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Maria Sarah, 139. 
Mary, 138, 140. 
Mary Elizabeth, 139. 
Michael, 137. 
Richard, 139. 
Samuel, 139. 
Sarah, 138, 140. 
Sophia, 140. 
Susannah, 137, 138; 
Thomas, 1 38- 1 40. 
Thomas Charles, 140. 
Thomas Henry, 140. 
Timothy, 135. 
William, 137-140. 
William Dawson, 139, 140. 
William Power, 140. 

Cooper. 

Elizabeth, 25. 
Mary, 25. 
Ockenden, 105. 
Rebecca, 25. 
Samuel, 25. 
Sarah, 25. 
Susan, 25. 

Cope. 

James, 94. 
John, 68. 
Judith, 68. 

Corbett. 

Edith Constance, 39. 

Cordell. 

Thomas, 761 

Corke. 

Edward, 96. 

Cornwallis. 

Fiennes Stanley Wykeham, 38. 

Cotes. 

T., 25. 

Cotman. 

Anne, 44. 
Jasper, 44. 

Cotterell, Cottrell. 

Anna Frederica, 22. 

Antonina, 22. 

Charles, 22. 

Sir Charles, 21. 

Sir Charles Lodowicke, 21. 

Clement, 22. 

Sir Clement, 21. 

Elizabeth, 22. 

Emma, 22. 

Fanny, 22. 

Frances, 22. 

Captain Frederick, R.N., 22. 
Ga., 22. 
Harriet, 22. 
Isabella, 22. 
John, 22. 



Cotterell, Cottrell, continued. 
Colonel John, 22. 
Louisa Jemima, 22. 
Martha, 22. 
Mary, 22. 
Sophia, 22. 
Stephen, 22. 
William, 22. 

William, Bishop of Leighlin and 

Ferns, 22. 
— , the Norman, 21. 

Cottle. 

Amos, 6, 7. 
Amos Simon, 7. 
Anne, 6, 7. 
Betsey, 6. 
Elizabeth, 6, 7. 
Elizabeth Simon, 7. 
Joseph, 6, 7. 
Martha, 7. 
Martha Grace, 7. 
Mary, 6, 7. 
Nancy, 6. 
Patty, 6. 
Robert, 6, 7. 
Sarah, 6, 7. 

Cotton. 

William, 100. 

Covell. 

Richard, 81. 

Coward. 

John, 80. 

Cowper. 

"Mother," 100. 

Cox. 

Anne, 102. 
Elinor, 102. 
John, 102. 
Joseph, 39. 
Margaret, 102. 
Rebecca, 15. 
Thomas, 102. 

Cranmer. 

Dr., 118. 

Creed. 

Frances, 119. 
Thomas, 119. 

Crispe. 

Edward, 4. 
Henry, 4. 
Sir Henry, 4. 
See also Kirspe. 

Croke. 

Alexander, ill. 

Cronje. 

General, 54. 

Crooke. 

Thomas, 77. 

Crosby. 
' Richard, 73. 

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Crosse. 

Frances, 102. 

Robert, 102. 
Crowmer. 
. -, 76. 

Crutchefelde, Crutchefielde. 

Henry, 93. 

John, 93. 
Cuff. 

Beatrice, 100. 

Richard, 100. 
Cullyn. 

Robert, 119. 
Cumberland. 

Duke of, 124. 

Earl of, 41. 
Cunold. 

Elinor, 27. 
Currey. 

Rev. R. A., 23. 
Curtes, Curteis. 

Ellen, 80. 

John, 80. 

Richard, 80. 
Cutt. 

Robert, 100. 



Dacre. 

Dorothy, Baronesss, 22. 

Richard Lennard, Baron, 22. 
Daie. 

John, 88. 

Michael, 88. 
Dalby. 

Elizabeth, 137. 

William, 137. 
Dance. 

Charles, 31. 
Dandy. 

Rev. Robert, 75. 
Darley. 

B., 26. 
Darnley. 

John Stuart, Earl of, 33. 
Davenport. 

Alice Bromley, 37. 

Evelyn Caroline Bromley, 35. 

William Bromley, 35. 
Davila. 

H. C, 22. 
Davis. 

Miss, 6. 
Davyd. 

Richard, 79. 
Davye. 

Jane, 46. 

John, 46. 
Dawson, Dawsons. 

Edward, 5. 

Emma Gertrude, 37. 

Margaret, 138. 



I Dear. 

Fra., n2. 

De Bocke. 

Gilbert, 81. 

De Burgh. 

Hon bIe Charlotte, 33^ 
Baron Downes, 33. 

De Gand. 
John, 69. 
Margery, 69. 

De Hage. 

Herman, 85. 

Den, Denn. 

Robert, I, 2. 
Vincent, I, 2. 

De Neensville. 
Robert, 85. 

Denet. 

John, ill. 
Roger, in. 
Ward, ill. 

Dennistoun. 

Alexander, 34. 

Charlotte Eleanor Georgina, 34. 
John, 34. 

Denny. 

Sarah, 84. 

Dent. 

Francis, 100. 
Denton. 

William, 78. 
Denwood. 

Thomas, 3. 
Descord. 

William, 73. 
Dethicke. 

Sir Gilbert, 70. 
Dickinson. 

Mary, 34. 
Dickson. 

Rev. James, 1 20. 
Dike. 

Charles, 65. 

Elizabeth, 65, 66. 

Euphemia, 66. 

Francis, 65, 66. 

Sarah, 65. 

Dilke. 

Sir Charles Wentworth, Bart., 38. 

Dixin. 

Thomas, 76. 

Dobell. 

John, 96. 

Doddington. 
Mr., 128. 

Dodinge. 

Dorothy, 46. 
John, 46. 

*59 



Dodson. 

Rev. Christopher, no. 

John, no. 
Dolman. 

John, 73. 

William, 73, 74. 
Dore. 

Peter, 78. 
Dormer. 

Lady, 82. 
Dover. 

George, 1st Baron, 42. 
Dowce. 

Michael, 82. 
Dowie. 

Mighell, 84. 
Downes. 

Baron, 33. 
Draper. 

Mr., 26. 

William, 80. 
Drinkewater. 

Debora, 15. 
Drosyt. 

John, 85. 
Duff. 

Louisa, 33. 
Durand. 

Richard, 94. 
Durant, Durrant. 

Christopher, 1 02. 
John, 117. 
Durham. 

John George, Earl of, 37. 
Dutton. 

James Lenox, 42. 
Jane, 42. 
Dyer. 

Lord Chief Justice, 43. 



Eardley - Wilmot. 

William Assheton, 34.' 

Earneley. 

John, 99. 

Easton. 

Rev. Isaac, 72. 

Edgcumbe. 

Lady Victoria Frederica Caroline, 35. 
William Henry, Earl of Mount Edg- 
cumbe, 35. 

Edgell. 

Rev. Edgell Wyatt, 33. 

Edmonds. 

Margery, 68. 
Richard, 68. 

Edridge. 

Susannah, 9, 1 1. 



Edwards. 

Anne, 50, 112. 
David, 4. 
Henry, 40. 
John, 27, 40, 49. 
Mary, 27, 40, 49. 
Nicholas, 40. 
Robert, 40. 
Rose, 27, 50. 
Th., 65. 
William, 50. 

Elburie, Elbury. 
William, 3. 

Eldon. 

John, Earl of, 34. 

Elie. 

John, 83. 

Eliot, Ellyott. 
John, 92. 

Rev. Sir William, 74. 

Ellice. 

Anne Amelia, 43. 

Rt. Hon ble Edward, 43. 

Ellis. 

Mary, 30. 
William, 30. 

Elliston. 

Peter, 15. 

Elton. 

William Hallam, R.N., 34. 

Ely, Elye. 
John, 82. 

Thomas Green, D. D. , Bishop of, 52, 56. 
Rev. — , 88. 

Emmerson. 

Alexander George, 19. 
Ann, 17. 
Elizabeth, 17-19. 
Emma, 18. 

Emma Harriott, 18, 19. 
George, 17-19. 
Harriet Emma, 19. 
Hector Ross, 19. 
Mary Ann, 17. 
Mathew William, 18. 
Robert Charles Owen, 19. 
Sarah, 19. 
William, 17. 
William John, 17, 18. 

Enddon. 

Agnes, 40. 

Enggelherd. 
John, 88. 

Erley. 

Alice, 75. 

Erneley, Ernie. 
Anne, 77. 
John, 77, 79. 

60 



Eston. 

Rev. William, 78. 
Eton. 

Rev. John, 75. 
Evans. 

Rev. B., 22. 

Frances, 22. , 

John, 95. 

Susan, 100. 
Evans-Lombe. 

Mary Augusta Repps, 36. 
Eyrys. 

Richard, 76. 



Farmer. 

William, 65. 
Farncombe. 

Cassandra, ill. 

Henry, 111. 
Farrer. 

Henry Richard, 34. 

James William, 34. 

Rev. Matthew Thomas, 34. 

Oliver William, 34. 
Faulconer, Falconer, Faulkener. 

Ann, m-113. 

Arthur, 112, 113. 

Benjamin, 113. 

Caroline, 113. 

Cordelia, 112, 1 13. 

Elizabeth, 112, 113. 

John, 112, 113. 

K., 26. 

Mary, 112, 113. 
Robert Hoffman, III-I13. 
Robert Stephen, 114. 
Sarah, 112, 113. 
Thomas Chippen, 112, 1 13. 
William, 112-114. 
Fauntleroy, Fanteleroy. 
Agnes, 44, 46. 
Anne, 44-47. 
Beatrice, 44, 45. 
Brian, 44, 47. 
Bridget, 46. 
Charles, 45. 
Cicely, 46. 
Dorothy, 44, 46, 47. 
Elizabeth, 44-47. 
Frances, 44, 45. 
George, 44. 
Gerard, 46. 
Hannah, 45. 
Henrietta, 45. 
Henry, 44, 45, 47. 
Isabel, 46. 
James, 47. 
Jane, 46. 
Joan, 44, 46. 
John, 44-47. 
Margaret, 44-47. 
Margery, 44. 
Maria, 46. 



Fauntleroy, Fanteleroy, continued. 
Martha, 44. 
Mary, 44-46. 
Mary Anne, 45. 
Mary Gordon, 45. 
Moore, 44. 
Naser, 47. 
Peter, 46. 
, Philip, 46. 
Phcebe, 44. 
Ravel Kerie, 45. 
Rebecca, 45. 
Robert, 44, 45, 48. 
Roger, 46. 
Sarah, 45. 
Susan, 44. 
Susanna, 44, 47. 
Thomas, 44, 45, 47, 48. 
Tristram, 44, 46, 47. 
William, 44-47. 
Rev. William, D.D., 44, 46. 
William Moore, 45. 

Fearne. 

Jonah, 140. 
Josiah, 140. 

Feildinge. 

Catherine, 69. 
Elizabeth, 15. 
Faustinus, 69. 

Fenn. 

Elenor, 20. 

Fenton. 

James, 93. 

Fenwick. 

Constance, 36. 
George John, 36. 
Henry, 36. 
Jane Lutwidge, 36. 

Fetiplace. 

Elizabeth, 75, 80. 

Field. 

John, 66. 

Fifeld. 

John, 75. 

Finsland. 

Edward, 92. 

Fisher, Fissher. 

Cecily, 74. 

John, 102. 

Thomas, 74- 
Fitz Gerald. 

Caroline, 39. 

Gerald, 36. 

Fitzmaurice. 

Lord Edmond George Petty, 39. 

Flaile. 

William, 99. 

Flamocke. 
Jane, 46. 
Thomas, 46. 

161 



F eete. 

Thomas, 3. 

William, 2, 4. 
Fletcher. 

John, 106. 

Laura May, 35. 
Flewell. 

Christian, IOI. 

John, IOI. 
Flint. 

Mr., 120. 
Foley. 

Henry John Wentworth Hodgetts, 33. 
Forde, Foarde. 

Robert, 79, 81. 
Forester, Forster. 

John, 69. 

Margery, 69. 

Richard, 69. 
Fort. 

Richard, 36. 

William, 5. 
Fortescue. 

Alice, 142. 

Frances, 141. 

John, 142. 

Captain John, R.N., 141. 

Theodosia, 142. 

William, 143. 
Foster. 

Augustus John, 33. 

Jane, 77. 

Robert John, 38. 

William, 77. 
Fowler. 

Mr., 18. 

Fox. 

Benjamin, 13. 
Foxley. 

Maria, 69. 

- 69. 
Foyster. 

John, 102. 
Frances. 

Lucy Ann, 42. 
, Franke. 

Edmund, 75. 
Fraunck. 

Richard, 1 19. 
Frekhilton. 

Henry, 75. 

Sir Henry, 75. 
Frende. 

William, IOO. 
Frenshman. 

John, 73. 
Frere. 

Alice Mary, 21. 

Arthur Edward, 20. 

Constance Eliza, 21. 

Edward, 20, 21. 

Eliza Jane, 21. 



Frere, continued. 

Elizabeth Raper, 20. 
Emma, 20, 21. 
Frances Anne, 20, 21. 
George, 20. 

George Edward, 20, 21. 
Henry Bartle Edward, 20. 
Isabella, 21. 
Isabella Susannah, 20. 
James Peter Edward, 20. 
Jane, 20. 

Jane Elenor Arabella, 20. 
John, 20. 

John Hookham, 20. 

John James Bartholomew Edward, 20. 

John Tudor, 21. 

Mary Anne, 20. 

Richard Edward, 20. 

Susan, 20. 

Susannah, 20. 

Temple, 20. 

William, 20. 

William Edward, 20, 21. 

Frewen. 

Steven, 35. 

Frowde. 

John, 89. 

Fuller. 

Mary Josephine Ethel, 37. 
Thomas, 37. 

Rev. Prebendary Thomas, 24. 

Fulwood. 

Richard, 77- 
Sarah, 45. 
Thomas, 45. 

Futte. 

Elizabeth, 77. 

Fyssher. 

Cecily, 73. 
Thomas, 73. 



Galymore. 

Humfrey, 82. 

Gammadge. 

Stephen, 96. 

Gand, see De Gand. 

Ganney. 

Catharine, 20. 

Garden. 

John Lewis, 34. 

Gardener. 

Julian, 102. 
Misach, 102. 
R., 100. 
Thomas, 102. 

Gardyner. 
John, 95. 

Garrard. 

George Mingay, 136. 

162 



Garret, Garrett. 

Edmond, 84. 

John, 97. 
Gate. 

Jeffery, 119. 
Gatland. 

Elizabeth, 106. 

Henry, m. 

Philip, ill. 
Gayn. 

Elizabeth, 75. 

John, 75. 
Gell. 

F. H., 114. 

Geoghegan. 

Thomas Patrick, 37. 
George. 

John, 75. 

George I. 

King of England, 41. 

George II. 

King of England, 41. 
Gerard. 

Maria, 46. 

William, 46. 
Gibbes. 

Anthony, 15. 

Dorothy, 68. 

Elizabeth, 15. 

— , 68. 
Gibbons. 

Elizabeth, 62, 63. 

John, 63. 

Joseph, 63. 

Mary, 63. 

Mary Elizabeth, 139. 

Richard, 63. 
Gibson. 

Penelope, 28. 

William, 103, 104. 
Gifford. 

Rt. Hon ble Edric, 35. 

Elizabeth, 65. 

Euphemia, 65. 

Frederic, Baron, 35. 

James, 65. 

John, 65. 

Rev. John, 65. 

Lsetitia, 65. 

Mary, 65. 

Richard, 65. 

Gilbank. 

Robert, 77. 
Giles. 

Mrs., 123. 
Gillott. 

Florence Maria, 36. 
Gilpin. 

Rev. Cuthbert, 82. 
Gilvanus. 

Rev. George, 85. 



Girdlestone. 

Rev. Francis Paddon, 31. 

Rev. William Ewin, 31. 
Girling. 

Elizabeth, 40. 

John, 40. 
Glasse. 

Rev. John, 83. 
Glossup. 

Rev. H., 19. 
Glover. 

Elinor, 75. 

Simon, 103. 

Thomas, 1 37. 
Goddard, Godard Goddart, Godderd, 
Goddert, Goder, Godgard, Godred, 
Goodderde, &c. 

Abra, 93. 

Agnes, 74, 75, 78, 81, 83, 84, 86, 87, 

91. 97-99- 
Alexander, 87, 90. 

Alice, 75, 77-80, 83, 84, 86, 87, 95, 

96, 98, 99, 101, 102. 
Anne, 76, 77, 80, 82, 84, 89, 90, 95, 

96, 100-102. 
Anthony, 76, 77, 82, 84, 85, 96-99. 
Avice, 97. 
Barbara, 101. 
" Betteres," 81. 
Boniface, 90, 94. 
Catherine, 86. 
Cecilia, 73. 

Cecily, 73, 85, 88, 89, 99. 
Charles, 79. 

Christian, 74, 80, 91, 92, 96. 

Constance, 95, 99. 

Dorothy, 77, 80, 84, 87-90, 96. 

Edith, 74, 82, 85, 89. 

Edmond, 83-85, 88, 94, 95, 98, 99. 

Edmund, 83, 94. 

Edward, 82, 88, 95, 98-IOI. 

Eedye, 94. 

Elinor, 88, 102. 

Elizabeth, 74-77, 79, 80, 82, 83, 

86-88, 90-95, 97-102. 
Ellen, 87, 94. 
Emme, 80, 95. 
Emmott, 92. 
Gabriel, 89, 90. 
George, 79, 91, 92, 96, 100. 
Grace, 84, 88. 
Harry, 81, 84. 
Helen, 82, 94. 

Henry, 73, 85, 90, 92, 93, 97, 101, 

102. 
Humfry, 97. 
Idee, 87. 

Isabell, 73, 75, 76, 81, 87. 
James, 91, 93, 95-97. 
Jane, 81, 83-85, 88, 97, 99- 
Jeane, 90. 

Joan, 74-77, 79, 81, 84-87, 89, 90, 

92, 94, 96, 98, 101. 

John, 73-96, 98, 99, 101, 102. 
Sir John, 73. 



Goddard, &c, continued. 

Katherine, 82, 83, 86, 97. 
Louie, 77. 
Lucy, 77, 79. 
Lynie, 86, 87. 
Magdalen, 92. 

Margaret, 74, 77, 78, 81-83, 86-91, 

93, 96, 98, 102. 
Dame Margaret, 100. 
Margery, 78, 87, 90, 96. 
Marie, 83, 99. 
Marion, 77. 
Martin, 89, 90. 

Mary, 81, 82, 86, 89, 92, 95, 96, IOO. 

Matthew, 90. 

Maude, 81, 85, 95. 

Nicholas, 83, 84, 89, 91-93. 

Peter, 87, 89, 90. 

Philip, 77, 81, 95, 97. 

Priscilla, 87. 

Rainald William Knightley, 102. 
Ralph, 90. 

Richard, 74-79, 8l, 83, 85-87, 89-96, 

98, 102. 
Sir Richard, Knt, 100. 
Robert, 77, 78, 81, 84, 93. 
Roger, 78, 92, 95, 96, 99. 
Samuel, 84, 92, 93. 
Sarah, 84, 85. 
Sibell, 86. 
Simon, 101. 

Stephen, 86, 87, 90, 99. 
Susan, 98. 
Symond, 75. 

Thomas, 74, 75, 77-87, 89-93, 95> 96, 

98-102. 
Ursula, 96. 

Vincent, 77, 84, 88, 94-96, 99. 
Walter, 74, 75, 79, 82, 83, 88, 90, 93. 
William, 75, 77-84, 86-94, 96, 100. 
Winifred, 95. 

Godewyne. 

— » 4- 
Godfrey. 

Thomas, 78. 
Goffe. 

Nicholas, 107. 

Gooch. 

Caesar Thomas, 121-123, 125-127, 129, 

130, 132-134, 136. 
Elizabeth (Betsy), 124, 132, 134. 
Kitty, 123. 
Mrs., 129. 

Goodaye. 

Denys, 119. 

Gordon. 

Beatrice Harriet, 35. 
Gore. 

Margaret, 16. 

Gough. 

Barbara, 62. 

Sir Henry, Bart., 62. 

Sir Henry, 1st Lord Calthorpe, 62. 



Grainge. 

Jane, 15. 

William, 15. 
Gratwick, Gratwicke, Grattwicke. 

Ann, 109. 

John, 106, 108, 109, 115. 

Mary, 108, 109, 115. 
Gray. 

Sarah, 25. 
Greaves. 

— , 102. 
Green, Greene. 

Angelina, 20. 

Catherine, 52. 

Charlotte, 20. 

George, 100. 

Philip, 34. 

Thomas, D.D., Bishop of Ely, 52, 56. 

Grey. 

Catherine, 69. 

Rebecca, 19. 

Thomas, 78. 
Griffin, Griffyn. 

Rev. — , 86. 
Grover. 

John, 4. 
Grubb. 

Eustace, 99. 
Gullye, Gulley. 

Emmott, 92. 

Henry, 92. 

James, 92. 

John, 92. 

Robert, 92. 

William, 92. 
Gulstone. 

Miss, 26. 

Guy. 

Ralph, 104. 
Gwavas. 

Rev. Mr., 122. 
Mrs., 131. 

Hadd. 

Thomas, 4. 
Hagan. 

Vander, 123. 
Hage, see De Hage. 
Haldenby. 

Catherine, 69. 

Elizabeth, 69. 

Frances, 69. 

John, 69. 

William, 69. 
Hale. 

John, 76. 
Hales. 

John, 74. 
Hall. 

Gynkes, 79- 
Halley, Haly. 

Frances, 9, 1 1. 



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Halse. 

Elizabeth, 63. 
Hamilton. 

A., 13. 

Rev. George, 35. 
Hanbury, see Bateman-Hanbury. 
Hankyn. 

John Vander, 73. 
Hannam. 

Richard, 83. 
Hannay. 

Ormelie Campbell, 35. 
Hanscombe, Hanscomb, Hanscom. 

Elizabeth, 9, 10. 

Frances, 9-1 1. 

Francis, 9- II. 

John, 9-1 1. 

Martha, 9- 1 1. 

Mary, 9-1 1. 

Robert, 9-12. 

Seth, 9-1 1. 

Susan, 9-11. 

Susannah, 9- 1 1. 

William, 9- 1 1. 
Happer. 

Aunt, 17. 
Harberson. 

Joseph, in. 
Harcle. 

John, 82. 
Hardie, Hardy, Hardye. 

John, 117, 118. 

— > 77- 
Hare. 

Anne, 6. 

John, 6. 

Joseph, 25. 

Moses, 25. 

Nicholas, 77. 
Harlakendey. 

— 75- 
Harman. 

Alexander, 102. 

Elizabeth, 102. 

Thomas, 102. 
Harmans. 

William, 76. 
Harold. 

Thomas, 75. 
Harrington. 

Beatrice, 100. 

Charles, Earl of, 33. 

William, 100. 

William, Earl of, 33. 
Harrison. 

Mr., 123. 

Rev. Richard, 1 17. 
Hart. 

Frances Anne, 21. 
Frances Mary, 21. 
General, 21. 
William, 21, 74. 



Harvey^ 

Edward Kerrison, 29", 

Emma Susannah, 29. 
Hasell. 

Henry, 96. 

Maryon, 90. 

Thomas, 96. 

William, 96. 
Hatton. 

Elizabeth, 69. 

Henry, 69. 
Hauses. 

Julian, 102. 

Katherine, 102. 

Margaret, 102. 

Thomas, 102. 
Haveioye, Haueioye. 

Gregory, 2. 

William, 3. 
Hawke. 

William, 101. 
Hayes. 

Sir Thomas, 100. 
Hayter. 

Rev. Harrison Goodenough, 62. 
Hazell. 

William, 87. 
Heache. 

Anne, 92. 
Heale. 

John, 97. 
Heard. 

Isaac, 71. 
Hearse, Hearste. 

Christopher, 99. 

Richard, 99. 
Heayes. 

John, 100. 

Hedds. 

— > 77- 
Hele. 

Rev. John, 74. 
Henneker. 

Richard, 4. 
Hennyrige. 

Robert, 99. 
Herringe. 

Richard, 96. 
Herteley. 

John, 73. 
Hervey. 

Henry Arthur William, 35. 
Hethcott. 

William, 75. 

Sir William, 75. 
Hettery, Hettorly. 

Anne, 137. 

Elizabeth, 137. 

Elinor, 137. 

John, 137. 



Heydon. 

John, 79. 
Heyney. 

Thomas, 78. 
Hibbard. 

John, 79. 
Hickling. 

Rev. Thomas, 81 1 
Hickman. 

— , 1 16. 
Higham. 

Roger, 119. 
Highbury. 

Rev. Mr., 63. 
Hilchins. 

Mary, 96. 

Hill. 

Margaret, 46. 

Robert, 46. 

Roger, 75. 
Hilton. 

Baronis de, 69. 
Hinton. 

Anne, 90. 

Anthony, 84. 

Fraunce, 90. 

Thomas, 95. 
Hoare. 

Angelina Frances, 95. 

Arabella, 20. 

Frances M. A., 20. 

George Matthew, 21. 

Matthew, 20. 

Peter, 20. 

Peter Richard, 20. 
Hobart. 

Albinia Jane, 33. 
Hodge. 

Jane, 84. 
Hodgson. 

John, 92. 

Rev. Launcelote, 92. 
Hoffman. 

Ann, 110-112, 115. 

Robert, 110-112, 115. 
Hogg. 

Charles Swinton, 38. 

Edith Mary Mc Garel, 36. 

Harriet Anne, 38. 

Mary Alice, 38. 
Hoggeson, Hodggesson. 

Irena, 39. 

John, 39. 
Holbein. 

Hans, 126. 
Holland. 

Lucy Georgina, 35. 
Hollewey. 

John, 74. 
1 Iolmes. 

Mr., 63. 



Homemay. 

John, 74. 
Hook. 

Alice, 137. 

Nat., 137. 
Hopkins. 

William, 101. 
Horseley. 

William, 73. 
Hotham. 

Rev. Charles George Beaumont, 39. 
Hothton. 

Thomas, 73. 
Hough. 

Agnes Osmond, 23. 

Rev. George, 23. 
Houghton. 

Richard, Baron, 36. 
Houston. 

Mrs., 26. 
Howard. 

Bernard Edward, Duke of Norfolk, 
48. 

Charles Nevison, Viscount Andover, 

42. 
Henry, in. 

Lord Henry Thomas Howard 

Molyneux, 48. 
Jane Elizabeth, Viscountess Andover, 

42. 

John, Earl of Suffolk, 42. 

Kenneth, 36. 

Middleton, III. 
Howe. 

Rev. John, 102. 
Huchyns. 

John, 90. 

William, 90. 
Hud. 

Mr., 19. 
Huddart. 

Susan, 25. 
Hudshon. 

Theodore, 26. 
Huggins, Huggyn. 

Ralph, 101. 

Richard, 78. 
Hughes. 

Elizabeth, 119. 

Ellen, 119. 

Mary, 119. 

Rebecca, 119. 

Richard, 119. 
Hulkes. 

Thomas, 75. 
Humfrey. 

Mrs., 13. 
Hunderhill. 

Humphry, 79. 
Hungerford, Hungerforde. 

Sir Anthony, 80. 

Edmond, 84. 

Fowke, 99. 



Hunswicke. 

Anthony of, 85. 
Hunt, Hunte, Huntt. 

Elizabeth, 92. 

Margaret, 98. 

Sir Robert, 75. 
Husshe. 

Ann, 73. 

Thomas, 73. 
Hutchens. 

Robert, 102. 
Hutton. 

Rev. William, 80. 
Hyll. 

John, 78. 
Hynde. 

Agnes, 73. 

John, 73. 
Hyndon. 

Thomas, 90. 

Idenden. 

Richard, 4. 

lies. 

John, 101. 
Ingerfeld. 

John, 80. 
Inkson. 

Harriet, 13. 

Jackson. 

W., 13. 

Mr., 123. 
Jacob. 

Margaret, 75. 
Jaffray. 

William, 38. 
James I. 

King of England, 21. 
Jamson. 

Elizabeth, 17, 18. 

Mary, 17, 18. 

Mathew, 17, 18. 

Robert, 17. 

Thomas, 17. 
Jeaffreson, Jeffreson. 

Christopher, 39. 

John, 39. 
Jeffreys. 

Robert, 80. 
Jenkin. 

Thomas, 1. 
Johnsonne, Johnsone, Jonson. 

Catherine, 137. 

Edward, 119. 

John, 137. 

Nicholas, 80. 

Sarah, 119. 
Jones. 

Dorothy, 65. 

Inigo, 126. 

Leek, 129. 

Martha, 7. 

Mr., 133. 



Jones, continued. 
Robert, 123. 
Rev. Roger, 76. 
Thomas, 4. 

Joslin,Jasselyn,Joceline,Joselin,Joslyn,&C. 

Agnes, 117, 118. 

Alice, 118. 

Anthony, 118. 

Christopher, 119. 

Edward, 119. 

Elizabeth, 118. 

Ellen, 119. 

Frances, 119. 

Francis, 117, 118. 

Grace, 119^ 

Henry, 118, 119. 

Jane, 119. 

Joan, 117, n8i 

John, 117-119. 

Katherine, 118. 

Margaret, 118. 

Marie, 119. 

Philip, 118. 

Ralph, 119. 

Richard, Il8, 1 19. 

Sarah, 119. 

Simon, 119. 

Thomas, 118. 

William, 117, 119. 

Winifred, 118. 
Jouninge. 

"Widdow," 117. 
Jowr. 

John, 73. 
Richard, 73. 
Joyce. 

Nicholas, 94. 

Jugge-. 

Richard, 12. 



Keble. 

Henry, 98. 
Keets. 

John, 90. 
Kennedy. 

Lord Alexander, 35. 
Keppel. 

Anne Amelia, Countess of Leicester, 
43- 

Charles, 4th Earl of Albemarle, 43. 
Kerie. 

Elizabeth, 45. 

Ravel, 45. 
Kersey. 

John, 28. 

Mary, 28. 
Kewley. 

Rev. Henry Leonard, 148. 
Keye. 

Martha, 105. 
Keyser. 

Harriet Ellen, 35. 



Kidd. 

Thomas, 113. 
King, Kinge. 

Henry, 101. 

Hugh, 104. 

Mary, 137. 

Miss, 13. 

Rev. Richard, 87, 89. 

Sarah, 113. 

Thomas, 89, 101. 

William, 137. 
Kinnersley. 

T.,i 9 . 
Kirspe. 

Edmond, 28. 

Widow, 28. 
Kitchen. 

Mr., 124. 

Mrs., 124. 

KittO; 

James, 90. 
Knapp. 

Martha, 67. 

Thomas, 67. 
Kneller. 

Sir Godfrey, 1211 
Knight. 

Anne, 60. 

Edward, 36. 

Elizabeth, 961 

Jane, 96. 

Joan, 96. 

Marion, 37. 

Richard, 60. 

Rose, 96. 
Knolles, Knowlys. 

Anna, 69. 

Catherine, 68, 69. 

Charles, 67. 

Dorothy, 67, 68. 

Edward, 69. 

Elizabeth, 68, 69. 

Emma, 68. 

Frances, 68, 69. 

Haldenby, 69. 

Isabella, 69. 

Joan, 68. 

John, 67-69. 

Judith, 68. 

Katherine, 67. 

Margery, 68. 

Maria, 69. 

Martha, 69. 

Prudence, 68. 

Richard, 67, 69, 70. 

Robert, 67, 68. 

Roger, 69, 70. 

Thomas, 67, 69. 

William, 67, 69, 71. 
Koxhed. 

Thomas, 78. 
Kynge. 

Richard, 83. 

William, 83. 



Ladd. 

Thomas, 2. 
Lambard. 

William, 77. 
Lamphiere. 

Rev. Mr., 63. 
Landon. 

Rev. W., 64. 

Landyvylde. 

Alice, 77. 
Lane. 

James, 46. 

Lansdowne. 

Marquis of, 39. 
Lavender. 

Anne, 107. 
Lawrence. 

Hon ble Charles Napier, 36. 

Rev. — , 16. 
Leake. 

J. M., 47- 
Leatham. 

Beatrice, 38. 
Le Blanc. 

Thomas Edmund, 36. 
Lecche. 

Sir Philip, 73. 

Lee. 

Elizabeth, 39. 
Jeremiah, 45. 
Mary, 45, 1 18. 
Robert, 1 18. 
Sydney Williams, 34. 
W., 22. 
William, 87. 

Lefroy. 

Rev. Frederick Anthony, 146. 

Rev. Ge., 22. 

Sophia, 22. 
Leggett. 

Elizabeth, 32. 

Emma, 32. 

John Clement, 32. 

Sarah, 32. 

Thomas, 29, 32. 

Thomas Hubbard, 32. 
Legh. 

Thomas Wodehouse, 35. 
Legrew. 

Arthur, 21. 

Beatrice Catharine Emma, 21. 
Emma, 21. 
Frances Mary, 21. 
Rev. James, 21. 
James Edward, 21. 
Leicester. 

Anne Amelia, Countess of, 43. 
Margaret (Tufton), Countess and 

Countess Dowager of, 41. 
Thomas, Earl of, 41. 
Thomas William, Earl of, 42, 43. 



Leigh. 

Alice Anna, 36. 

Frances, 39. 

Mabel, 38. 
Leighlin and Ferns. 

William Cotterell, Bishop of, 22. 
Leinster. 

Augustus Frederick, Duke of, 33. 
Leland. 

John, 95. 
Lely. 

Sir Peter, 122. 
Lempriere. 

Rev. Francis Drocas, 29. 
Lemy. 

Thomas, 80. 
Lennard. 

Hon ble Catherine, 22. 

Hon ble Dorothy, Baroness Dacre, 22. 

Richard, Baron Dacre, 22. 
Lepard. 

Anne, 45. 

John, 45. 
Lere. 

Oliver, 131. 
Lewin. 

Joseph, 137. 

Mary, 137. 

Sarah, 137. 

William, 137. 
Lewis, Lewes, Lewys. 

Christopher, 83. 

Dr., 124. 

Elizabeth, 95. 

Mr., 125. 
Lickman. 

John, 87. 
Lidwill. 

Eleanor, 37. 

George, 37. 
Lillingston. 

Abraham Spooner, 57, 58. 

Barbara, 59- 

Edward, 58. 

Elizabeth Mary Agnes, 58. 

Rev. George, 59. 

Colonel Henry, 58. 

Luke, 58. 

Lydia Mary, 59. 

Moreton Aden Ley, 58. 
Lincoln, Lyncolne. 

Amy, 28. 

Edmund, 28. 

Elizabeth, 28. 

John, 3, 28. 

Mary, 28. 
Lindley. 

Hannah, 14. 

John, 14. 

Margaret, 14. 

Martha, 14. 

Mary, 14. 

Sarah, 14. 



Lintott. 

Anne, 108, 109. 

Henry, 108, 109. 

Mary, m. 
Lloyd. 

Constance Mary, 37. 
Loder. 

Susan, 101. 
Loftie. 

Agnes, 84. 

Anthony, 84. 

Harry, 84. 

Jane, 84. 

Robert, 84. 
Logan. 

Rev. Peter, 75. 
Lombe, see Evans-Lombe. 
Longrove. 

Robert, 96. 
Louch. 

William, 86. 
Lound. 

Rev. Alfred George, 148. 
Louth. 

William, 96. 
Loveden. 

John, 87. 
Lovill. 

Joan, 118. 

John, 118. 
Low. 

Christopher, 26. 
Lowns. 

Charles, 26. 
Luffe. 

John, 116, 117. 
Lumine. 

Thomas, 79. 
Lutman. 

Richard, 116. 
Luxton. 

John, 97. 
Lyte. 

Christian, 83. 

Macqueen. 

Flora, 51. 
Madgwick. 

John, 110. 
Malley. 

Jane, 1 11. 
Mann. 

Barbara, IOI. 

William, 101. 
Manners. 

Lord Charles, 26. 
Manwood. 

Sir Peter, 2, 4. 

Roger, 2, 4. 
Many. 

Edward, 88. 



Maple. 

Thomasin, 1 1 8. 
Marchant. 

Richard, 105. 
Marsh. 

John, 1. 
Marshall. 

George William, 67, 69, 71. 
Samuel, 1 19. 
Thomas, 98. 
Marson. 

Giles, 99. 
Marston. 

Mrs., 26. 
Martin, Mertin. 
Anne, 137. 
George, 26. ( 
John, 97. 
Mary, 137. 
Norah Hamilton, 39. 
Mase. 

Rev. James, 87. 
Mason. 

Anne, 45. 
Mathias, 93. 
Otes, 99. 
Mastoll. 

John, 96. 
Mathewes. 

Thomas, 116. 
May. 

Edward, 88. 
George, 34. 
Mayhew, Mahew. 
Agnes, 40. 
Barnabe, 40. 
Elizabeth, 27, 28, 40. 
Frances, 28. 
George, 28. 
James, 27. 
John, 27, 28. 
Lawrence, 40. 
Lionel, 27, 28, 40. 
Margaret, 28. 
Mary, 28, 40. 
Penelope, 27, 28. 
Richard, 27. 
Robert, 28, 40. 
Thomas, 27, 28, 40. 
William, 40. 
Mayne. 

Alice, 95. 
John, 95. 
Maynerd. 

Henry, 1 19. 
Mazarine. 

Cardinal, 126. 
Mc Ewan. 

William, 38. 
Meade. 

Sir John, 83. 
Meadows. 
Mr., 126. 



Meaer. 

— , in. 

Meeke. 

Rev. John, 15. 
Mellersh. 

John, 106. 
Mellish. 

Dorothy, 105. 
Merkeweke. 

William, 73. 
Meux. 

Ann, 39. 

Elizabeth, 39. 

Lady, 39. 
Michaell, Michell. 

Alexander, 90. 

John, 73, 74, 83, 98, 108. 
Middleton. 

Thomas, 103. 
Mihell. 

Elizabeth, 98. 

John, 98. 
Miles. 

Mr., 39. 
Miller. 

Billy, 123. 
Millner, Myllener. 

Margaret, 81. 

Mathew, 81. 
Mills, Milles. 

Catherine, 12. 

Clara, 12. 

Edward Spurgin, 12. 

Elizabeth, 12. 

Elizabeth Mary Ann, 12. 

Emma, 12. 

Mrs. S. R., 12. 

Prudence, 107. 

William, 12. 

William Richard, 12. 
Milner. 

Ethel Elizabeth Louisa, 37. 
Milnes. 

Hon ble Amicia Henrietta, 36. 
Richard Monckton, Baron Hought 
36- 

Milward. 

Mrs., 65. 
Minster Lovell. 

Baron of, see Coke. 
Minton. 

Robert, 65. 
Mitchell. 

Anne, 101. 

John, 82. 

Sydney, 36. 
Moffatt. 

Ethel Gwendoline, 37. 
Monk. 

General, 58. 
Monpesson. 

Richard, 82. 



Monro. 

John, 63. 

Montgomerie. 

Lady Sophia Constance, 38. 
Montucci. 

Emma Enrichetta Antonia Guiseppa 
Eugenia Maria, 34. 

Moore, More. 

Thomas, 101. 

William, 98. 

— , 103, 104. 
Morgan. 

Anne, 39. 

Charles, 113. 

Frances, 141. 

Joan, 39. 

Rev. John, 141. 

Mary, 39. 

Mr., 39. 

Richard, 39. 

Robert Pratt, 72. 

Susan Mary, 72. 

Thomas, 39, 1 13. 

Mories, Moryes. 

John, 97. 

Randol, 97. 
Morley. 

Richard, 75. 
Morris, Morrise. 

Alice, 100. 

Miss, 133. 

Mrs., 65. 
Morrit. 

Alicia Margaret, 139. 

Rev. R., 139. 
Morton. 

John, 103, 104. 
Moseley. 

Ann, 62. 
Mossle. 

Ralph, 81. 

Mount Edgcumbe. 

William Henry, Earl of, 35. 

Moyshell. 
John, 46. 
Margaret, 46. 

Mulholland. 

Louisa Frances, 36. 
Munday, Mundi. 

Agnes, 75. 

Henry, 116, 117. 

Robert, 116. 

William, 75. 
Muning. 

Bridget, 27. 
Murat. 

Princess Caroline Letizia, otherwise 
Baronne de Chasseron, 34. 
Murehead. 

Isobell, 120. 



Murray. 

Augusta Hellen Hay, 35. 

George, 120. 
Myles, Miles. 

Mathew, 97. 

Nance. 

Mr., 127-130, 133-136. 

Mrs., 129, 130, 133, 135. 
Naunton. 

Frances, 141. 

Major, 141. 
Nayler. 

Sir George, 48. 
Neensville, see De Neensville. 
Netherton. 

76. 

Nevell. 

Henry, 119. 

"Olde," 119; 
Newman. 

Edward, 64. 

Mary, 64. 

Patience, 64. 

Susan, 64. 

Thomas, 64. 
Newton. 

Charles Stancliffe, 3$. 
Nicholls. 

Nurse, 26. 
Nockolds. 

Elizabeth, 32. 
Norfolk. 

Bernard Edward, Duke of, 48. 
North. 

Hon ble Dorothy, 22. 

Dudley, Baron, 22. 

Frances, Baroness, 22. 
Northcote. 

Isabella, 69. 

John, 69. 

Margery, 69. 

Nye. 

William, ill. 

O'Brien. 

Anna Maria Sidney, 61. 
Sir Lucius, Bart., 61 , 

Oldesworth. 

Thomas, 88. 
William, 88. 

Orlton. 

Hugh, 107, 108. 

Orr. 

Martha, 22. 

Orson. 

Robert, 93. 

Orton. 

George, 104. 



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Osborne. 

Eliza Jane, 21. 
John, 98. 

Major-General, 21. 
Osemond, Osmonde. 

John, 75. 

Robert, 75. 
Oswin. 

Thomas, 103, 104. 
Otter. 

Thomas, 74. 
Ouseley. 

Julia Frances, 20. 
Oweing. 

Mrs., 18. 
Owens. 

Owen, 19. 



Paget. 

Arthur Henry Fitzroy, 34. 
Paine. 

Rev. John, 100. 
Pakeman. 

D. , 22. 
Palairet. 

Charles Harvey, 39. 
Palmer. 

Anne, 96. 

Dorothy, 96. 

Elizabeth Arabella, 34. 

Joan, 96. 

John, 88, 96. 

Thomas, 96. 

Rev. Sir William, 74. 
Pamhlett. 

Daniel, 3. 
Pampeon. 

William, 76. 
Paramore. 

Henry, 2. 

Thomas, 2. 
Pardoe. 

John, 53. 

Maria, 53. 
Parker. 

Grace, 35. 

Grace Julia, 35. 

Henry, 5. 

Joan, 2. 

Mary, 117. 

Thomas, 78. 

William, 2, 3, 86. 

Zacheas, 2. 
Parkins. 

Robert, 39. 
Parr. 

Raymond William, 35. 
Parsons, Parsonnes. 
John, no. 
Nicholas, 103, 104. 
Thomas, 79. 



Patricke. 

Edward, 116. 

John, 1 1 6. 

Thomas, 116. 

Widow, 116. 
Pattison. 

Emilia Frances, 38. 
Patton, Pattoune. 

Rev. Robert, 120. 
Paul. 

Captain, 133. 

Thomas, 131. 
Payn, Payne. 

Elizabeth, 45. 

Robert, 75. 

Thomas, 45, 78, 97. 
Paynebery. 

James, 92. 

William, 92. 
Payton. 

Henry, 100. 
Peacocke, Pecock. 

Elizabeth, 39. 

Emily Augusta, 35. 

Mr., 116. 
Pearse. 

Edward Brice, 36. 
Peck. 

J-, 123- 
Peckham. 

Agnes, 46. 

Robert, 46. 
Peepe. 

Richard, 102. 
Peircy, Pearcy. 

Ann, in, 112. 

George, in, 112. 
Pelham. 

Lady Harriet Mary, 33. 

Henry Thomas, Earl of Chichester, 33. 
Pembeli. 

William, 25. 
Pembroke. 

Countess of, 101. 

Earl of, 126, 128. 
Penkivil. 

Dr., 6, 7. 

Eliza, 7. 

John, 6, 7. 

Martha, 7. 

Mary, 6, 7. 
Penn. 

Lawrence, 116. 
Pennick, Penneck. 

Rev. Mr., 131, 133, 134. 
Pennyngton. 

Robert, 100. 
Percy. 

Lord Algernon Malcolm Arthur, 35. 
Ellen, 33. 

Hugh, Baron and Earl, 33. 
IIon blc and Rt. Rev. Hugh, Bishop of 
Carlisle, 33. 

172 



Peren. 

Burchall, 144-146. 
Elizabeth, 144-146. 
Henry Burchall, 144, 145. 
John, 145. 

Dr. John Burchall, 144. 
John Weare Templeman, 146. 
Mary, 144-146. 
Mary Ann, 145. 
Mary Burchall, 144, 
Robert Burchall, 146. 
William, 144. 

William Burchall, 145, 146. 
Perman. 

Thomas, 103. 
Perye. 

Thomas, 118. 
Petitt. 

Henry, 3. 
Pettifer. 

Joan, 102. 

John, 102. 
Peynter. 

Alice, 75. 

John, 75. 
Peyton. 

Henry, 100. 

Mary, 100. 
Phelpes. 

John, 83. 
Phillipps, Phillips. 

John, 82. 

Miss, 8. 
Philpes, Phipes. 

John, 86. 

Mrs., 39. 
Pickering, Pickeringe. 

Anthony, 44. 

Henry, 100. 

Margery, 44. 

Mary, 44. 
Pierce. 

"Old," 131. 
Pigion. 

Adam, 96. 
Pike. 

Edmund, 98. 

John, in. 
Pitfall. 

Joan, 96. 
Pitman. 

Walter, 97. 
Pixer. 

-, 87. 
Piatt. 

Anthony, 101. 
Plummer. 

Walter, 73. 
Plunkett. 

Hon ble Constance Lavinia Harriet, 35, 
Pomery. 

Leonard, 97. 



Poole. 

Edward, 82". 

John, 100. 
Pope. 

Mr., 121. 

Mrs., 63. 
Poppe. 

Robert, 75. 
Pore. 

Walter, 89. 
Pountnye. 

John, 86. 

Powle. 

Robert, 81, 92; 

Poynter. 

William, 87. 

Poyntz. 

Mary, 39. 
William, 39. 

Pratt, Pratte. 

Edward Roger Murray, 36* 
William Staples, 57. 

Preston. 

Robert, 84. 
Prince. 

Agnes Laura, 24. 

Alfred Ernest John, 24. 

Edith Mary, 24. 

Edward Becher, 24. 

Ellen Blanche, 24. 

Frederick Arthur, 24. 

Georgina Janet, 23. 

John Sampson, 23. 

Julia Georgina, 24. 

Maria Becher, 23, 24. 

Richard Barrow, 24. 
Prott. 

William, 75. 
Provost. 

George, 91, 92. 

Joan, 91. 

Prudence, 91, 92. 

Thomas, 92. 

Thomasine, 91. 
Prownde. 

Philip, 80. 
Prune. 

William, 89. 
Pryor. 

Miss, 123, 124. 

Mrs., 123, 124, 133. 
Pugh. 

Mrs., 65. 
Pyke. 

Edmond, 94. 

Edmund, 94, 99. 

Elizabeth, 94. 

Gabriel, 94. 
Pystor. 

Dorothy, 46. 

Robert, 46. 



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Quarrells. 

John, 100. 



Rabynett. 

Margaret, 84. 
Radux. 

Nurse, 26. 
Raleigh. 

John, 77, 99. 
Ramsay. 

George Wardlaw, 38. 
Ranstee, Ransted. 

Richard, 116, 117. 
Ratcliffe. 

Ezekiel, 117. 
Ratley. 

John, ill. 
Raworth. 

R., 22. 
Raynberde. 

Henry, 118. 
Reade, Rede, Reid. 

Cicely, 94. 

George, 99. 

Janet Lindsay, 36. 

John, 116. 

Reading, Readinge. 
John, 117. 

John Bulkley Gifford, 65. 

Mary, 65. 

Thomas, 65. 

Timothy, 116. 
Rennals. 

Mr., 17. 
Reps. 

Andrew, 90. 
Reynolds. 

Richard, 75. 
Rice. 

Mrs., 26. 
Richarde. 

William, 78. 
Richards. 

Martha, 64. 
Richardson. 

Ann, 13. 

Benjamin Fox, 13. 
Caroline Leah, 13. 
Catherine, 13. 
Charlotte, 13. 
Clarissa, 13. 
George, 13, 94. 
Harriett, 13. 
James, 13. 
Jane, 13. 

Mary Humfrey, 13. 
Mary King, 13. 
Richard, 13. 
Sarah, 13. 
William, 13. 
William Burbidge, 13. 



Richilieu. 

Cardinal, 126. 
Richman. 

Thomas, 1 17. 
Ricketson. 

Henry, 38. 
Rider. 

Elizabeth, 6. 
Ridley. 

Edward, 37. 
Ritche. 

Rev. Philip, 83. 
Roadley. 

William, 104. 
Robartes. 

Thomas James, Baron, 34. 

See also Agar- Roberts. 
Roberds. 

William, 107, 108. 
Roberts. 

Jo., 105. 

Matilda, 53, 55. 
Rock. 

Rev. Edward Dennis, 143. 
Rolles. 

Anne, 90. 
Romaney. 

William, 100. 
Rose. 

Ambrose, 2. 
Ross. 

Elizabeth, 18. 

Hector, 18. 

Mrs., 19. 
Rothes. 

Rev. Mr., 26. 
Row. 

Thomas, 131. 
Rudland, alias Mathewe. 

Ann, 27. 
Ruffe. 

Elizabeth, 27. 

Richard, 27. 
Russell. 

Francis, Marquis of Tavistock, 33. 

Hon ble Gustavus Russell Hamilton, 34. 

John, Duke of Bedford, 33. 

Mary Watts, 34. 

Richard, 83. 
Rust. 

Thomas, 118. 
Rutter. 

James, 18. 



St. Augustine. 

The Abbott of, 4. 
Sale. 

Sir Robert, 20. 
Salwey. 

Mathew, 119. 



Sampson. 

Charles, 26. 
Christopher, 26. 
Elizabeth, 26. 
George, 26. 

George Frederick John, 26. 

Herbert Charles Wynn, 26. 

Jane, 26. 

Mary, 26. 

Mary Ann, 26. 

Rev. Thomas, 26. 

Thomas Wandell, 26. 

William Wandell, 26. 
Sandeman. 

Walter Albert, 36. 
Sanderson. 

Rev. William, 137. 
Sangford. 

Mrs., 63. 
Saumarez. 

Hon ble Arthur, 36. 

Hon ble James St. Vincent, 37. 
Saunders, Sanders. 

Bartholomew, I. 

Charlotte, 6. 

Isabel, 64. 

John, 7- 

Maria Becher, 24. 
Mary Ann, 7. 
Mrs., 64. 
Sarah, 6, 7. 

William Arthur Cecil, 24. 

W. A. G., 24. 
Sawyer. 

Nicholas, 3. 

Robert, 2. 
Sayer. 

James, 63. 

Mrs., 64. 
Scott. 

John, Earl of Eldon, 34. 

Lady Katherine Frances, 34. 

Mabel Augusta, 38. 
Scrubie. 

James, 119. 
Seaman. 

Ann, 51. 

Edward, $1. 

Henry, 51. 

Jonathan, 51. 

Maryanne, 51. 
Searle. 

John, 116. 

Randol, 117. 

Richard, 116. 
Seaton. 

Baron, 33. 
Semper. 

Ann, 2. 
Senior. 

Elizabeth, 39. 
Service. 

Jean Crawford, 37. 



Sewell. 

Mrs., 112. 
Seymour. 

Edward William, 20. 

Hon ble Mary Frederica, 33, 
Shank. 

Elizabeth, 77. 

John, 77. 
Shaw. 

Rev. John, 1 20. 
Sheewes. 

Elizabeth, 93. 

Thomas, 93. 
Shelley. 

Edward, 107. 

John, 105, 

Sir John, Bart<, 105. 

Mary, 105. 

William, 105. 
Shepard. 

Thomas, 73- 
Shepman. 

Thomas, 76. 
Shepperd. 

Elles, 90. 
Sheridan. 

James Albert, 34. 
Sherwill. 

Thomas, 97. 
Shipman. 

Mr., 123. 
Shipton. 

John, 95. 

Shottesham. 

Thomas, 77- 
Shugbrugh, Shugburgh. 

Ann, 69. 

Joan, 68. 

John, 68, 69. 
Shuter. 

Mrs., 13. 

Mrs. Jane, 13. 

Richard, 13. 
Silvester. 

Peter, 97. 
Simeon. 

Stephen Louis, 38. 
Simevell. 

Jo., 120. 

Simon, Simons. 
Amos, 6, 7. 
Elizabeth, 6-8. 
John, 97. 
Mary, 6. 
Nancy, 6. 
Sarah, 6, 7. 
Thomas, 6. 

Simonds. 

Agnes, 24. 

Cecil Barrow, 24. 

Richard Sanderson, 24. 



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Sinclair. 

Nina Mary Adelaide, 36. 
Sippryan. 

"Old," 100. 
Skeene. 

Mistress, 76. 
Skette. 

Richard, 75. 
Skynner. 

William, 78. 
Slade, Slad. 

Mrs., 6. 

Rev. Thomas, 78; 
Small. 

Elizabeth, 66. 

Thomas, 66. 
Smaset. 

Dr. Joshua, 97. 
Smith, Smithe. 

Alfred, 14. 

Charles, 106. 

Sir Charles Cunliffe, Bart., 39. 

Sir Culling, Bart., 22. 

Rev. Dr., 62, 63. 

Edward, 63, 95. 

Fanny, 22. 

Francis, 64. 

"Goodman," 99. 

Henry, 99, ill. ' 

Humphry, 98. 

Jane, 62, 63. 

Jenny, 62, 63. 

Laura Cunliffe, 39. 

Mary, 63. 

Maude, 95. 

Mr., 93. 

Richard, 62, 86. 

Richard Carles, 63. 

Sarah, 64. 

William, 93, 103, 104. 
Smyth. 

Christopher, 88. 

John, 4. 

Richard, 75. 
Snodam. 

Henry, 90. 
Solmy. 

George, 106. 
Somerset. 

Duchess of, 26. 
Sotherne. 

Thomas, 8l, 100. 
Southampton. 

Charles, Baron, 33. 
Spall. 

Henry, 5. 

John, 5. ' 
John Browne, 5. 
Sarah Browne, 5. 
Susannah, 5. 
William, 5. 
Sparow. 

Robert, 74. 



Spencer. 

Anne, 101. 

Arthur, 147. 

Charles, 147. 

Mary, 147, 148. 

William, 147, 148, 
Spooner. 

Abraham, 57, 60, 61. 

Anna Maria Sidney, 61. 

Anne, 60. 

Barbara, 57, 59, 61, 62. 
Eliza, 61. 

Elizabeth Lucy, 59. 
Isaac, 57, 59-62. 
John, 59. 
William, 59. 

Ven ble Archdeacon William, 59, 61. 
Spurgin. 

Elizabeth, 12. 
Standmore. 

Anne, 88. 
Stanford. 

Ann, 49. 

C. Frederic, 51. 

Charles, 50, 51. 

Elizabeth, 49. 

Emily, 49. 

Emma, 49, 50. 

Fanny, 51. 

John, 49, 50. 

Mary, 49, 50. 

Sydney, 50. 

Thomas, 50. 

William, 49. 
Stanhope. 

Lady Amelia, 33. 

Lady Anna Maria, 33. 

Charles, Earl of Harrington, 33. 

Lady Charlotte Augusta, 33. 

Harriet, 33. 

Hon ble Henry Fitzroy, 33. 

William, Earl of Harrington, 33. 
Stanly. 

Nurse, 26. 
Stanter. 

John, 46. 

Mary, 46. 
Stapleford. 

Walter, 82, 83, 86. 
Starkey. 

— , 88. 
Starr. 

John, 114. 
Stebwinke. 

Dornowaye, 88. 

Thomas, 88. 
Steedman. 

Mr., 13. 

Mrs., 13. 
Stelton. 

Thomas, 99. 
Stephen. 

Elizabeth, 75. 



Stevens, Steeven, Stevans, Stevins. 

Agnes, 1 1 8. 

Elizabeth, 71. 

John, 78. 

Mary, 34. 

Thomas, 84. 
Storey. 

Lancelot, 26. 
Stourton, Sturton. 

Agnes, 44, 46. 

Edward, Lord, 44, 46. 

Jeane, 47. 

Joan, 44. 

Lord, 44, 47. 
Stowmay. 

Agnes, 75. 
Strange. 

— , 123- 
Stratton. 

Elizabeth, 100. 
Street. 

Elizabeth, 45. 

Lieut. -General John Alfred, 35. 
Joseph, 45. 
Sophie Catherine, 35. 
Striverne. 
John, 5. 

Stynt, Stint. 

Ralph, 100. 
Sudbury. 

Cecilia, 73. 

William, 73. 
Suffolk. 

John, Earl of, 42. 
Sumner. 

Catherine, 36. 
Sutton. 

John Henry Manners, 33. 

Sir Richard Francis, Bart., 39. 
Swan. 

William, 79. 
Swett. 

Thomas, 75- 
Swyneford. 

Robert, 4. 
Symson. 

Elizabeth, 137. 

Mary, 137. 

William, 137. 
Synge. 

Robert Follett, 35. 



Talmee. 

John, 116. 
Tarrant. 

Mathew, 95. 
Tatersall. 

Robert, 73. 
Tavistock. 

Francis Russell, Marquis of, 33. 



Taylor. 

Elizabeth, 9. 

John, 96. 

Mr., 126. 

Rev. Richard, 8o< 
Terry. 

Anthony, 2. 
Thanet. 

Thomas, Earl of, 41 < 
Thirgood. 

Mary, 119. 

Thomas, 119. 
Thomas. 

Charlotte, 6. 

Rev. David, 6. 

Peter, 73. 
Thomisin. 

Anne, 47. 
Thompson, Tompson. 

Rev. Edward, 33* 

Rev. J. B., 30. 

Maria P. R. , 30. 
Thomhill. 

Sir James, 121. 
Thorowgood. 

John, 119. 
Thriste. 

Richard, 87. 
Throsby. 

Anne, 137. 

John, 137. 

Thomas, 137. 
Tillier. 

Christopher, 106. 
Tomkin. 

— , 131- 
Top, Toope, Toppe. 

Thomas, 88, 90. 
Towse. 

William, 119. 
Trayford. 

George, 5. 

Tregonwell. 

. — ' 39- 
Tribe. 

John, 112. 
Tristan. 

Penelope, 27. 
Truslowe. 

John, 84. 
Tucker. 

Eliza, 7. 

Mr., 7. 

Walter, 75. 
Tudor. 

Isabella, 21. 

William, 21. 
Tufton. 

Margaret, afterwards Countess of 
Leicester and Baroness Clifford, 41. 
Thomas, 1st Earl of Thanet, 41. 



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Turner. 

Alexander, 90. 
Dawson, 30. 
John Frewen, 147. 
Mrs., 26, 63. 
Nurse, 26. 

Rosamond Matilda, 30. 

Turquand. 

Rev. Paul James, 45-48. 
Tutt. 

John, 82, 84. 
Tympany. 

Robert, 73. 
Tynbeetson. 

Rev. Robert, 89. 
Tyse. 

Thomas, 83. 

Ulgar. 

Robert, 75. 
Unfayn. 

Geoffrey, 73. 
Uppam. 

Rev. Thomas, 97; 

Upsdale. 

Daniel, 44. 

Mary, 44. 
Urban. 

Raphael, 121. 

Veale. 

George, 134. 

Mr., 130, 131, 133-135. 

Mrs., 130, 131, 134. 

Vech, Vetch. 
Sarah, 120. 
William, 120. 

Venneworthie, Verneworthie. 
Phillip, 97. 
Jerome, 97. 

Vigurs. 

Mr., 131. 
Vincent. 

Charles Edward Howard, 37. 

John, 108-110, 115. 

Mary, 109, 115. 
Vine. 

Mary, 45. 

Philip, 45. 
Viner. 

Elizabeth, 45. 

William, 45. 

Violet, Vyolet. 

William, 3. 
Vivian. 

Baron, 33. 

Hon blc Jane Frances Anne, 33. 
Vyncen. 

Alice, 118. 



Wade. 

John, 109, 1 10. 
Wadhame. 

Elizabeth, 46. 

John, 46. 
Wales. 

H. R. H. George, Prince of, 26. 
Wall. 

Mrs., 63. 
Walle. 

Nicholas, 78. 
Waller. 

Ann, 143. 

Edith W., 143. 

George William, 143. 

John C., 114. 

Mary, 143. 

Samuel, 1 14. 

Thomas, 143. 

Thomas William Naunton, 143. 

William Naunton, 143. 
Wallwin. 

Mr., 1 16. 
Wallys. 

Margaret, 78. 
Walsh, Walshe. 

Joan, 44, 46. 

John, 44, 46. 
Walshin. 

Elenor, 75. 

William, 75. 
Walton. 

" Goodman," 99. 

John, 103. 
Warburton. 

John, 46. 
Ward, Warde. 

John, ui. 

Peter, 15. 
Warneford. 

Mrs., 112. 
Warren. 

Rev. J. L., 64. 

William H., 63. 
Wasse. 

Edward, 99. 
Waters. 

Benjamin, 1 14. 
Watson. 

Dr., 26. 

G., 14. 

M., 14. 
Watt. 

Henry, 94. 

Lieut. -Colonel James Landon, 37. 
Wattes. 

Henry, 94. 

John, 94. 
Watton. 

Thomas, 73- 
Wayneman. 

Richard, 74. 



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Weare. 

Richard, 89. 
William, 89. 

Webb, Webbe. 

Richard, 86, 91, 96. 

Sarah, 25. 
Weddel. 

Mrs., 26. 
Weguelin. 

Arthur Gerald, 37. 
Welch. 

Caroline Leah, 13. 
Wells. 

Robert, 116. 
Welye. 

Agnes, 27. 
Wemyss. 

Earl of, 37. 
Were. 

Edith Alice Mary, 38. 
West. 

Miss, 21. 
Westbrooke. 

William, 1 16. 

West Hendred. 

The Vicar of, 90. 

Westley. 

John, 93. 

Wetherell. 

Martha, 100. 

Robert, 100. 
Wharton. 

William James Lloyd, 35. 
Wheles. 

Agnes, 78. 
White. 

Robert, 97. 

Whilliam, 25. 

Whiting, Whitting. 
Agnes, 28. 
Alice, 28. 
Ambrose, 27, 28. 
Ann, 27, 28. 
Benet, 27. 
Bridget, 27. 
Edmond, 27, 28. 
Eleazar, 27, 28. 
Elinor, 27, 28. 
Elizabeth, 40. 
Helen, 28. 
Henry, 27, 28, 101. 
Joan, 28. 
John, 27, 28. 
Margaret, 40. 
Mary, 27, 40. 
Nicholas, 27. 
Richard, 28. 
Samuel, 27. 
Susan, 27. 
Thomas, 27, 28. 
William, 27, 28, 40. 



Whittaker. 

Ann, 15. 

Richard, 15. 
Whysteler. 

Rufus, 90. 

Thomas, 90. 
Wiat. 

John, 116. 
Wickes. 

Alexander, 101. 
Wilde. 

Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie, 37. 
Wildman. 

Elizabeth, 9, 11. 

John, 11. 
Wilkins. 

Charlotte Alice, 20, 

John, 84. 
Wilkinson. 

Catherine, 52. 

Phoebe, 44. 

Robert, 52. 
Williams. 

Ferdinand Pakington John Hanbury, 
38- 

Frances Eleanor, 142. 
John, 24, 82. 

Colonel Owen Lewis Cope, 36. 

Theodosia, 142. 

Rev. William, 142. 
Willins. 

Anne, 137. 

Joseph, 137. 

William, 137. 
Willmott. 

Rev. Henry, 31. 

Mabel Eliza, 31. 

Marianne, 31. 
Wilmot, see Eardley-Wilmot. 
Wilson. 

Rev. James Clunes, 43. 

Rev. Robert, 66. 
Winstanley. 

Laetitia, 65. 

Lsetitia Gifford, 65. 

Peter, 65. 
Wise. 

Thomas, 1 16. 
Wiseman. 

John, 119. 
Wishart. 

William, 120. 
Withall. 

Letitia Frances, 34. 

Richard Augustus, 34. 
Withypole. 

- 69. 
Wollaston. 

Elizabeth, 65. 
John, 65. 

Mrs. John, 65. 

Laetitia, 65. 

Richard, 65. 



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Wood, Woode. 
Bessie, 77. 
Charles, 63. 
Charles William, 63. 
Edward Hector, 63, 64, 
Eliza, 63. 
Elizabeth, 93. 
Elizabeth Mary, 63. 
Elizabeth Pope, 63. 
Ellen, 119. 
Jenny, 63. 
Jenny Smith, 63. 
John, 113. 
Margaret, 77. 
Mr., 63. 
Mrs., 63. 
Sutton, 63. 
Sutton Thomas, 631 

Woodroofe. 

Elizabeth, 100. 
Robert, 100. 

Woolgar. 

Dorothy, 116. 

Worteley. 

Bardolph, 73. 
John, 73. 

Wrath. 

Sir Thomas, Kt., 84; 

Wright, Wrighte, Wryght, 
John, 117, 118. 
Peter, 93. 
Samuel, 66. 
William, 118. 

Wrygley. 

William, 89. 

Wulford. 

Joan, 81. 
Thomas, 8i 4 

Wyberd. 

Agnes, 84. 
William, 84. 

Wylde. 

John, 95. 

Wymondham. 

Catherine, 73. 
Peter, 73. 



Wynchcome. 

— 77- 
Wyndham. 

Mary Constance, 37. 
Wynsecombe. 

John, 82. 
Wynter. 

Elizabeth, 6. 

William, 6. 



Yalden. 

Edmund, 1 17. 
Yate. 

Elizabeth, 75. 

John, 75. 
Yelton. 

Robert, 76. 
Yetman. 

Thomas, 94. 
Yngland. 

John, 76. 
Young, Younge. 

Agnes, 120. 

Charles George, 48. 

David, 120. 

Ebenezer, 120. 

Edith, 86. 

Edward Gordon, 54. 
Elizabeth, 120. 
George, 120. 
Gilbert, 120. 
Isabella Maude, 54. 
Isobell, 120. 
James, 120. 
Jean, 120. 
John, 120. 

Lewis Augustus, 120. 

Marion, 120. 

Robert, 120. 

Samuel, 120. 

Sarah, 120. 

Thomas, 86. 

William, 120. 
Yorke. 

Richard, 102. 
Yungambrey. 

John, 76. 



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